Stunningly beautiful and superb quality this Edwardian 9ct rose gold three drop necklace/lavaliere dating to approx 1910 and Australian in manufacture given the style of the 9ct gold hallmark.
Featuring a central faceted cushion-cut Aquamarine of approx 1.50cts measuring 9mm x8mm x 4mm, set to a round frame set with five natural seed pearls.
Suspended from the central motif are three drops, all knife bar and two set with a further two seed pearls each then suspending two claw set pear-cut Aquamarines of approx 1.10 cts each or measuring 10mm x 6mm x 4mm.
The centre drop suspends a round-cut small Aquamarine.
Edwardian but with a hint of Art Nouveau with the unusual sweeping curved bars, set with seed pearls to a finely crafted chain.
As wearable today as it was over 100 years ago this immaculate piece would make a perfect heirloom collectors item.
Width 3.3cm at widest
Central motif 2.7cm
Chain circumference 46cm
Excellent antique condition. All pearls original with no replacements or re-gluing. Aquamarines have no abrasions nor chips. All claws excellent. Chain of the quality where every tiny link is permanently joined to the next preventing wear, a sign of quality.