Antique Turn-of-the-Century Lavalier Diamond Pendant. (A1950)
Delicate and Romantic, this yellow and white gold Edwardian style pendant is 10-karat (tested for purity) with a 14k chain. The pendant is 1 1/4-inches long (34 mm in length and 11.6 mm wide) and is hinged in two spots. The squared frame at the base is set with one (1) 2.5 mm European cut diamond in 6-prong buttercup setting. The diamond weighs approximately 0.07 carat; clarity is I and color I-J. A delicate double wire tapered bail connects to the tear drop section. All of the pendant is accented with hand-tooling, giving it a filigree effect. Pendant is attached to a 14k yellow gold fine oval cable link chain measuring 18-inches long. Overall condition is very good (Chain is new).
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Estate and Vintage items are all previously worn and loved and so are sold as is. We make every attempt to describe items as best is possible. Summit has a long history in the industry (since 1979). Our staff has a collective experience of over 120 years(!) and we have lots of GIA certifications under our belts (one graduate gemologist, one gemologist and two diamond course graduates) so we are confident in our ability to assess stones, metal, construction, etc. Any of our pieces can be altered upon request, but then are non-returnable. We encourage you to ask questions, so please feel free to contact us..
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