Antique & Vintage Necklaces

  • A stylish 1940s Topaz necklace. Made from 9ct gold hollow rope chain with five oval cut topaz gemstones set in collet settings. Hollow gold was commonly used in the 1940s, as jewellers struggled with wartime restrictions on gold. An elegant piece of Retro Jewellery, which would suit almost any style of outfit. Chain length: 44cm, Chain width: 3mm, Weight: 4.4g. Total Aquamarine weight: 3.3ct Period: Retro Jewellery ( the 1940s ).
  • A skillfully crafted Victorian Coral necklace. A row of graduated Coral beads have been hand strung on silk thread and finished to an ornate 15ct gold push in clasp. A beautiful and original Victorian necklace. Necklace length: 42cm, weight: 16.2g Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A 1920s inspired Egyptian Hieroglyphics pendant, with a textured background allowing the polished symbols to be highlighted. A beautiful and iconically themed pendant. Size: 49mm x 13mm, weight: 3.1g. Period: Modern Jewellery (the 1960s onwards ).
  • A charming Art Nouveau style locket. An oval-shaped gold plated locket depicting two songbirds over a floral scene, which opens up to reveal two picture frames inside. This pretty locket is a very wearable piece of vintage jewellery. Size: 31mm x 20mm. Thickness: 5mm,  weight: 4.7g. Period: Modern Jewellery (the 1960s onwards ).
  • An eye-catching Ruby and Diamond pendant. Five round cut Rubies along with five round cut Diamonds have been set in rich 18ct yellow gold. A bright and lively vintage pendant, which sparkles beautifully. Total Ruby weight: 15 points. Total Diamond weight: 15 points. Size: 10mm in diameter, overall length: 16mm. Thickness: 3mm,  weight: 1.5g. Period: Modern Jewellery (the 1960s onwards ).
  • A large Victorian Citrine swivel fob. A faceted Citrine gemstone has been set in 9ct yellow gold to form a triple-sided swivel fob pendant. This Citrine gemstone has exceptional clarity, which looks amazing when worn. Size: 36mm x 33mm x 23mm, weight: 23.6g. Period: Victorian ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A Decorative Edwardian 9ct gold locket. An octagonal-shaped locket, with an engine-turned geometric pattern.  This beautiful locket is then finished with scroll detailing at the top. Contains hallmarks for Chester 1916. An elegant and timeless pendant locket. Size: 36mm x 26mm x 4mm, weight: 4.8g. Period: Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ).
  • A lovely Pearl pendant necklace. A cultured pearl measuring 9mm in diameter has been set in 9ct yellow to form a pendant, suspended from an 18-inch trace link chain. This pearl has a beautiful deep lustre. An elegant necklace that could be worn endlessly. Pearl size: 9mm in diameter, chain length: 45cm, total weight: 3.3g. Period: Modern Jewellery (the 1960s onwards ).
  • A captivating Georgian garnet cross pendant.  Foil-backed garnet gemstones have been set in a 9ct yellow gold close back setting. These flat cut garnets have amazing colour saturation as a result of been foil-backed, a technique that was very popular in the Georgian period. An exquisite and rare cross pendant. Size: 42mm x 27mm Weight: 3.6g. Thickness: 3.5mm The average garnet is 8mm in diameter. Period: Georgian Jewellery ( 1714 – 1837 ).
  • A petit Art Nouveau 9ct gold locket. This beautiful locket has been engraved with a nature scene, depicting a bird in flight surrounded by a floral border and finished with scroll motifs to the top. Size: 31mm x 27mm, weight: 2.5g. Period: Art Nouveau Jewellery ( 1890 – 1901 ).
  • An eye-catching 9ct gold rope chain necklace. This elegant necklace is a jewellery box essential and can be worn with almost any outfit. Chain length: 61cm, weight: 5.4g, thickness: 3mm Period: Modern Jewellery (the 1960s onwards ).
  • 9ct gold trace link chain. This necklace is hallmarked for Sheffield 1984. A pretty and useful vintage chain. Chain length: 48cm, weight: 6.8g, thickness: 2mm Period: Modern Jewellery (the 1960s onwards ).
  • An iconic 1950s double-strand pearl necklace. One hundred and twenty-four cultured pearls have been hand strung on silk thread and attached to a 14ct yellow gold clasp. The clasp is designed as a swirl containing eight round cut rubies with a combined weight of 24 points and is finished with a pearl at its centre. These pearls are very well matched and have a beautiful deep lustre.  A very stylish mid-century pearl necklace. Total Ruby weight: 24 points Length : 44cm (17 1/4″), Pearl width: 5mm, Weight: 31g. Period: Mid-Century Jewellery ( 1950s ).
  • An elegant Edwardian Amethyst and Seed Pearl negligee pendant. The central oval cut Amethyst weighing 6.41ct has been securely mounted in an open framework gallery. From which are suspended two smaller oval cut Amethyst gemstones connected by seed pearl-studded elongated links. Each of these gemstones has excellent clarity and as such caught the light beautifully. A very well proportioned negligee pendant. Total Amethyst weight: 11.13ct, Metal: 9ct gold. Pendant size: 56mm x 17mm, Chain length: 38cm, Weight: 7.5g. Period: Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ).
  • An intricate Edwardian split pearl star pendant. This 9ct gold star with graduated split seed pearls features a central flower, along with intersecting flowers. The back of this pendant has been fitted with a hinged pin, allowing it to also be used as a brooch. A very pretty Edwardian pendant. Pendant size: 33mm in diameter, weight: 4g. Period: Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ).
  • A romantic Art Nouveau Pendant. A beautifully detailed Limoges enamel on copper depicting a young woman in profile. Which has been mounted in a 9ct gold frame with a twisted rope border. This wonderful enamel pendant is signed Limoges by Lespous. Size: 21mm x 37mm, weight: 4.9g. Period: Art Nouveau Jewellery ( 1890 – 1901 ).
  • A pretty rolled gold oval locket. Decorated on both sides with foliate designs that are finished with a fine milgrain border. This locket holds two pictures and is suspended from a 9ct gold flat cable link chain. Rolled gold is made by mechanically bonding a thin sheet of gold to copper and was popular during the 1930s. A beautifully aged pendant locket. Size: 23mm x 40mm, chain length: 51cm ( 20" ), weight: 5g. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).
  • A skillfully carved cameo pendant. Made from lava stone, this beautiful cameo depicts a lady in profile with foliate hair decoration. It is mounted in a 9ct gold frame and suspended from a 9ct gold flat cable link chain, measuring 22" / 56mm in length. The bail on this cameo is hallmarked "star 1 AR", which stands for manufactured by UnoAErre in the Arezzo area of Italy pre-1934. A fine example of Italian craftsmanship. Pendant size: 35mm x 23mm. Chain length: 56cm (22″), weight 8.1g. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).
  • A lovely 1940s picture locket. Made from 9ct yellow gold, this oval-shaped locket features a decorative border and a scroll motif. The center of the locket can be removed entirely, with the photos been placed between two pieces of glass.  A very pretty retro locket. Size: 52mm x 27mm, weight 7.1g. Period: Retro Jewellery ( the 1940s ).
  • A rare and unique Art Deco white sapphire necklace. Twenty-seven round-cut white sapphires with a combined weight of 6.20ct have been set in rich 18ct yellow gold. Intersecting each gemstone is a gold bauble connected by an individual trace link. The necklace is suspended from a curb link chain. An exquisite necklace, which looks amazing when worn. Total Sapphire Weight: 6.20ct. Chain length : 61cm (24″), weight 10.6g. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).


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