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Jellybean Amethyst and Moonstone Pendant*
Silver pendant necklace dating from around the 1920’s featuring a rather splendid oval jellybean amethyst, securely set in landscape orientation.
Below this a pair of subtly individual moonstone drops are suspended on chains of different lengths.
The combination of contrasting colours together with the offset look of the drops works very well and the pendant has an extremely stylish look.
All the chainwork is original and matches throughout.
The main element is a little over 2 cm wide and the length to the bottom of the longest drop is just over 4.5 cm. Opened out, the necklace is 47 cm long.