Did you know that salamander is a Victorian symbol of love and wedded bliss ?
This handsome Victorian love token is blissfully cute !! It has a delightfully friendly face and seems caught in a moment, of doing his sparkly, precious gem studded thing !!
He is English, made around 1870 of silver over 15 carat gold. His nimble body is set with gorgeous early rose cut and old mine cut diamonds - including a fab pear cut diamond atop his head and some rose cuts in his dainty little webbed feet. The diamonds contained on this little chap are estimated to weigh 0.56 carats. He is full of delightful, fun detail like his ribbed tail, cabochon ruby eyes and..... a smile, etched forever in his face!! He is a pendant or a charm....and will hang off your chain securely by his curled tail!! You can also wear him as a brooch by the means of a separate brooch attachment that screws into a fitting on his belly.
He is 1.47 inches long and 0.6 inches wide, weighing in at 5.8 grams of delightful loveliness. Fabulously fit and in great condition, ready to grace your beautiful neck !
We love ..... his super cute charm, it literally takes our breath away ! He is a perfect, unique bridal pendant or an anniversary gift of love with the difference ..... and a conversation piece from the Victorian secret message kingdom, gem studded heaven that speaks of love and bliss !!
* Please note that other jewellery featured in the photos is for inspiration only and not included in this listing.*
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Victorian Diamond Ruby Salamander Pendant Charm Brooch Circa 1870
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