As dresses began to slim down, so did the jewelry. The Edwardian era, early 20th Century, is noted for its more dainty styles in fashion as well as jewelry - as compared to the Victorian era which preceded it. The lavalier became a very popular style during this time period.
The one I am presenting today is made of gold colored metal, likely gold filled, and contains three round flat amethyst glass dangles as well as a dangling amethyst bead in the center. It has a total length of 2" and is hanging from a gold filled 16" chain with a ring clasp closure.
The lavalier and chain have a total weight of 3.7 grams, and are in fine antique condition.
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