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A beautiful antique Edwardian pendant from the early 20th Century adorned with a glowing cabochon moonstone dropper (approx. 7ct) swinging in the centre of a wreath of alternating violet amethysts and white pearls.The mystifying moonstone derives its name from the stone’s ethereal, luminescent light that was once believed to be moonlight in solid form. In Greek mythology they were associated with Selene, the feminine moon Goddess and said to be a path to love, wisdom and new beginnings. The pendant is fashioned in 15ct gold and is accompanied by a new 9ct chain to display it on. It’s a distinct piece and boasts a wonderful collection of gemstones that complement each other beautifully. Weighs: 5.4 gramsMeasures: Pendant Width 23mm x Height 32mm (37mm inc. loop) – Chain Length 15.5 inches x Width 1mmStones: Moonstone (10 x 20mm, approx. 7ct), Amethysts (3.5 x 3.5mm, approx. 0.10ct each – 0.80ct total), Pearls, Metal: 15ct Gold/ 9ct chainAge: Edwardian. (Circa 1901 – 1915)Condition: Small faults on two amethysts but otherwise in great condition for its ageITEM NUMBER: 8467We provide Free Worldwide Shipping for this item. Interest Free Layaway and Finance Payment Options are also available. Please enquire for more details.
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