Antique Victorian 9ct Gold Amethyst Spider Pendant, c1880
Antique Victorian 9ct gold amethyst spider pendant, c1880. A great piece of Victorian Jewellery. The Victorians loved insect jewellery. This piece being 9ct Gold open work with a spider to the centre with bezel set amethysts for it's head & body. A smaller round cut bezel set amethyst hangs on it's own loop to the bottom of the pendant. The biggest amethyst is 0.15ct approximately. The pendant is marked 9ct. With gift box. A fantastic addition to any collection.
Significant events 1875-1885
1876 Queen Victoria is granted the title of Empress of India from 1877.
1880 The first electric streetlight is installed in Indiana.
1885 The first pedestal flush toilet is demonstrated at the Beaufort Works, Chelsea.
33mm x 19mm
Excellent condition with light surface marks due to genuine age use & polishing.
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