Antique Edwardian 15ct Gold Peridot Pendant/Brooch & Original 9ct Gold Chain
Antique Edwardian 15ct gold peridot pendant/brooch & original 9ct gold chain, c1905. A very pretty piece of Edwardian Jewellery. 15ct gold open work with an oval cut claw set peridot to the centre & a smaller round cut claw set peridot hangs on it's own loop to the bottom of the pendant. The central peridot is 0.55ct approximately & the smaller one is 0.25ct approximately. Peridots originated from the island of St. John in the red sea. The pendant has a pin verso, so can also be worn as a brooch. The pendant comes with it's original 9ct gold chain with a tube lock fastening. The pendant is marked 15ct, although the number 1 has been rubbed. The chain is marked 9ct. With presentation case. A fantastic addition to any collection.
Significant Events, 1900-1910:
1900 Queen Victoria dies at Osborne House, Isle of Wight.
1905 First public protest by the suffragettes.
1910 The first public radio broadcast takes place.
With box: 66.19 grams
Length of Chain
205mm from nape of neck.
Length of pendant
Excellent condition with light surface marks due to genuine age use & polishing.
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