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A sweet Edwardian inspired pendant from the late 20th Century decorated with white seed pearls and two pendulum droppers adorned with green peridots (approx. 0.50 & 0.25ct). They’re suspended in the middle of a fabulous, open-work gallery, fashioned in 9ct gold with a bow on top.
Peridots are considered a stone of springtime and were named “the gem of the sun” by the ancient Egyptians. Its natural lime-green colouring and inner light evoke the beauty of a sunny spring day and bring feelings of joy and serenity to all around it.
It’s very pretty and is complete with Birmingham hallmarks, the maker’s mark and a fine 9ct curb chain to display it on.
WEIGHT: 7.6 grams
MEASURES: Pendant Height 46mm x Width 19mm x Depth 3mm – Chain Length 18 inches x Width 2mm
METAL: 9ct Gold (Stamped)
STONES: Peridots (Centre 5 x 5mm, approx. 0.50ct – Dropper 3 x 5mm, approx. 0.25ct), Seed Pearls (1.5 x 1.5mm each)
AGE: Circa 1970 - 1980
MARKS: 375/ 9ct stamps, Birmingham hallmarks, Maker’s mark (N.A.N & M.M.)
ITEM NUMBER: 23-638
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