Simply breathtaking! Here is a truly spectacular platinum diamond pendant that was made by Elkington and Co in the early 1900’s Edwardian era and one that will always be admired.
Platinum is the most highly regarded of all the precious metals thanks to its pure white colour and ability to be drawn into a fine wire while still being able to retain the strength needed to hold the diamonds.
The form of this pendant is just magnificent and is set with a total of 59 diamonds and then highlighted with a pearl at the bottom.
From left to right, the pendant measures 29.2mm across by 38mm from the top of the pendant to the pearl at the bottom.
The total diamond weight is 0.68 carats and they all sparkle magnificently.
Laid out, from end to end the platinum chain that it is attached to measures 45.5cm allowing this diamond pendant to sit at the perfect height on the neckline.
Elkington and Co were so highly regarded with their work that they even provided the flatware used on the Titanic and other White Star Line passenger ships.
Complete in its original velvet lined box, this is a truly spectacular Edwardian diamond pendant that looks and feel simply amazing on the neckline.