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Necklace in 15 ct. gold dating from the early 1900’s, in suffragette colours of green, violet and white.
Delicately crafted into a very elegant design with the tiny, almost white seed pearls set into the centres of little pairs of leaves while amethysts and peridots provide the other shades.
The gold used for the main element, although unmarked, tests as 15 ct. and this decorative section is attached to a pretty 9 ct. gold chain.
In pristine condition and with an opened out length of 41 cms.