This ravishing Edwardian era delicacy, meticulously hand fabricated in platinum over 18K yellow gold during the first or second decade of the twentieth century, glistens and glows front and center with a crystalline sky blue cushion-cut aquamarine. The refreshing pastel gemstone is elegantly presented in a fancy scalloped frame composed of tiny glittering rose-cut diamonds, all surmounted by a diamond-studded bow. A small lustrous natural pearl swings and sways below.
Delightfully dainty, this light and airy pendant, circa early-20th-century, centers a bright spring green peridot afloat inside a circle of tiny freshwater pearls all surrounded by a frame of sinuous curves accented with pearl-centered flowers and gleaming gold beads. A lustrous pearl dangle adds the final pretty detail to this charming Edwardian era jewel. Rendered in 9ct. rosy gold (hence, of British origin). 2 x 1 1/4 inches. 14K gold chain measures 18 inches.