Rich with symbolism and romance, honeymoon jewelry was popular with couples around the turn of the last century. These pieces typically feature a flower representative of the "honey" and a crescent representing the "moon."
This honeymoon pendant (circa 1900-1910) features a golden crescent moon adorned with a bunch of pearl grapes and enamel leaves. Originally a 14k gold brooch, our converted this piece into a necklace by removing the findings and adding a 14k gold bail.
The moon measures 1.6 inches tall by 0.4 inches wide, and we are providing the option to purchase it with or without the 16 inch 14k gold chain depicted in the attached photos.
It is in very good condition.
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Materials: Gold, Pearl.