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Gold and Pastel Enamel Pendant
Quite delightful late Victorian 9 ct. gold pendant in the form of an open five petalled flower suspended beneath a pair of leaves.
With subtle matt pastel enamelling, the pink flower has a little pearl in its centre and two fixed baroque pearls, one on each side.
The downward pointing leaves are also matt enamelled, their pale green colour shading to the same pink as the flower as they narrow.
A final small wing pearl is set in the drop below.
Beautifully made and still with the original decorative bale which is set with a little seed pearl.
Marked 9 ct. on the back and approximately 5.5 cm long, including the bale and the drop.
The necklace chain has a length of approximately 41 cm.