Jewelry of the Edwardian period (circa 1901-1910) favored white stones on white metal, and fine jewelry of the day was frequently made of platinum topped yellow gold.
This exquisite Edwardian diamond necklace features two asymmetrical hand-pierced pendant drops dangling beneath a bow design. A perfect choice for a bride on her wedding day, this necklace exudes timeless elegance and would make a perfect heirloom piece for any jewelry collection.
The necklace is platinum topped 14k yellow gold (unmarked, but acid tested), while the chain (a later replacement) is 10k white gold. The necklace measures 17 inches and the pendant drop is 1.3 inches long. The condition is excellent; however, on the reverse of the piece you can see evidence of the chain replacement.
We have many other fantastic offerings of period fine and costume jewelry posted on our Etsy store, so please consider browsing our other items. We send all items in individually packaged gift boxes.
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