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Gold, Diamond and Moonstone Pendant*
Edwardian 15 ct. gold pendant necklace crafted in three linked sections, featuring an upright oval claw-set moonstone supended beneath a stylised flower with a diamond in its centre.
Above this an elegantly shaped open design connects to the fine necklace chain with its series of alternating elongated and shorter links.
There are no marks apparent but we understand that the gold tests as 15 ct.
Dating from circa 1910, the pendant is the merest fraction under 4 cm in length with the overall length of the necklace being approximately 39 cm.