A very beautiful piece of vintage pate de verre jewelry.
Pate de verre is a very ancient method of glass making (casting), but the specific name of pate de verre was first used in France in the late 19 th century. It was used by many of the great glass makers of the late 19th / early 20th century for objet d'art and jewelry.
These beads have gold flakes enclosed within glass of varying colors, which create the impression of falling leaves.
The beads are approximately 16 mm long and 11 mm wide (5/8 x 1/2 inch).
The beads are each suspended from 9 k yellow gold (hallmarked 375) chains, which are attached to the necklace chain via a large link.
The circumference of the necklace chain is 17 inch or 43 cm. It weighs 7.8 grams
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