This lovely English, 15 karat gold pendant , is circa 1840. In the language of flowers, the pansy signifies "pensee" or "think of me." It was often presented as a token of love. In this harlequin pendant , the vibrant multi-colored stones are citrine, aquamarine and amethyst. The pansy has a tiny diamond accent in the center.
It has a rich, original patina and the gold work is superior. The top loop has been replaced at some point in its 170 year lifetime. It measures 2 1/4 inches long from the top of the loop X 1 inch across the pansy. Condition is excellent.
It can be worn with a ribbon, cord or chain.
England, circa 1840
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