Finely detailed antique Edwardian pendant/brooch (circa 1900s to 1910s), crafted in 900 platinum.
The pendant is set with old mine cut diamonds that total an estimated 3 carats. The larger center set diamonds are estimated at 0.75 carats each. The diamonds are estimated at H-I color and VS2-SI1 clarity.
The large pendant highlights the shimmering old mine cut diamonds. Intricate foliate detail is overlaid with fine milgrain. The back of the pendant features a unique screw mechanism that allows the bale to be detached for wear as a brooch. A two-in-one design that was popular during the era and a wonderful example of Edwardian era jewelry. It would make an ideal gift to the bride or a special piece of antique jewelry to pass down through the generations.
The pendant is in very good original condition. It has not been cleaned in order to preserve the patina and collector value.
Weight: 13.3 grams
Stones: The pendant is set with old mine cut diamonds that total an estimated 3 carats. The larger center set diamonds are estimated at 0.75 carats each. The diamonds are estimated at H-I color and VS2-SI1 clarity.
Size & Measurements: The pendant measures 1.75 inches (including the bale) and 0.90 inches wide.
Metal & Hallmark: 900 platinum. The pendant is not hallmarked though it has tested positive for 900 platinum.
Antique Edwardian 3ct Diamond Pendant Brooch Platinum Vintage Fine Jewelry