This lovely necklace dates from the Edwardian era, circa 1910 and was manufactured in England. It is made of hallmarked 9 karat yellow gold, and contains six garnets.
The necklace is a festoon style, very popular during this time period. It has a central pendant with a round bezel set garnet, surrounded by an openwork gold circle. Suspended from this is an openwork elliptical piece of gold, culminating with a bezel set pear shaped garnet. There are garnet and gold pieces on either side of the central pendant. They each contain two round garnet stones. The smaller garnets are approximately 3mm. and the other two are about 5mm and 8mm in size.
The necklace has a length of 15". and the central pendant is 1 5/8" in length. There is a push in barrel style clasp, as often found during this time period. It weighs 3.3 grams and is in fine antique condition.
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