This is a lovely little blue enamel cross which I purchased from a long established jewelry store in Maine. They often have nice estate pieces. The gemologist who sold it to be was not certain of the age, but we both guessed it to be Edwardian, circa 1910 or so. It is 14 carat, marked, with beautiful blue enamel, 4 small diamonds, and an interesting blue green stone in the center that I'll call glass because I have no idea what it is. There is a nice pearl at the bottom of the cross. The piece measures almost an inch and a half North to South, and an inch East to West. It is quite a pretty piece for the money.