A stunning and interesting pendant from the Edwardian period, circa 1905. The pendant is made from 9ct gold, marked on the outside of the frame. It has a pretty double edged frame, with a tear drop shaped pendulum in the centre of opaline glass. Opaline is a form of glass that mimics the fabulous colour play of opal and this particular piece has a milky appearance with undertones of orange and blue. The colour changes significantly in different lights and it makes a wonderful necklace.
The pendant hangs on a 14kt gold fill chain measuring 18" in length.
Materials - 9ct Gold, Opaline
Age - C1905
Size - Pendant measures 39mm in length with the bale adding an extra 7mm to the length
Condition - Excellent
Weight - 3.6g
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