This jewel is a regal 18 kt Edwardian diamond and amethyst pendant/brooch to express your thoughts. Place it around a lady's neck and it sings of quality. The amethyst gem is considered a spell caster, and the spell would be passion. Its influence was enough to cause the royal purple gem to be favored during the Edward and Alexandra reign in Great Britain. Four hearts are designed for this pendant and topped with a bow. The outer diamond heart holds another of fine white enamel symbolizing purity. Within this is a diamond heart touching the faceted amethyst gem. The pin stem mounted on the back is detachable so as to permit the pendant to sit comfortably and correctly on the neck creating an unique pendant. The style of the Edwardian jewelry was often delicate, and lace like. Made at the end of the Victorian and start of the Edwardian periods, the condition is perfect. Picture this suspended on a chain of white gold or small diamonds. Condition:
The heart motif was a favored form of jewelry in the Edwardian era. Queen Alexandra was passionate about amethysts.
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