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Art Deco Platinum and Rock Crystal Pendant Necklace
Very special Art Deco pendant necklace crafted in platinum and set in the centre with a carved rock crystal image of Diana the Huntress. She’s holding her bow in her left hand and appears to have just let fly an arrow.
Beautifully carved with fine detail into the back of the stone, the face having a smooth surface.
The image is framed within a narrow border of blue sapphires which in turn are separated from the outer frame by a series of circular set diamonds spaced evenly all around, the outer frame itself being set with a line of tiny old-cut diamonds.
The pendant is suspended on two short lengths of chain from a diamond set bow which connects to the necklace chain.
Supplied in the original retailer’s fitted box marked for Noble & Co of 11 Haymarket, London.
Measuring just a fraction over 6 cm long, including the bow, with the remainder of the platinum chain having a length of approximately 38 cm.