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Edwardian Gold & Enamel Pendant
Pendant in high carat gold dating from the Edwardian era in the form of a trio of pink and white enamelled bows aranged in a circle and divided by little yellow open flowers.
Rubies are set in the centre of each flower, and a teardrop shaped aquamarine drop is suspended on a single link in the centre.
The offset shaped bale is in matching enamel and completes a delightfully elegant overall look.
No marks on the pendant but it tests as at least 15 ct.
The length including the bale is 4 cms. and the chain, which is marked 15 ct. on the bolt ring, has a length of approximately 38 cms.