• An exceptional Edwardian Amethyst and split Pearl necklace. Beautiful deep purple briolette cut amethyst gemstones have been set in rich yellow 15ct gold. Along with split pearl spacers to form a foliate line with a drop pendant which is suspended from a trace-link chain.  A timeless piece of fine antique jewellery. Pendant size: 48mm X 22mm,  length: 42cm, weight: 9.3g. Period: Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ). Layaway plans available.
  • Two flawless aquamarine and diamond Edwardian earrings. These faceted pear cut aquamarine gemstones have amazing clarity and depth of colour, with a combined weight of 1.78ct. They are set in luxurious 18ct yellow gold, featuring milgrain detailing on the edge of each setting which adds extra sparkle to these beautiful antique gemstones. Which the Greeks and Romans believed to be the sailor`s gemstone, ensuring safe passage across stormy seas. Set above each aquamarine are two round-cut diamonds, which have a combined weight of 30 points. These earrings showcase the very finest in Edwardian craftsmanship while being of timeless design. Encapsulating perfection and sophistication. Earring size: 20mm x 6mm, weight: 1.3g. Period: Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ). Layaway plans available.
  • A fine quality Edwardian Tourmaline and Pearl brooch. The round cut tourmaline gemstone weights 80 points and is set in rich 15ct gold with milgrain detail to the edge, providing extra sparkle. Tourmaline is the alternate birthstone for October and was believed to be the artist's gemstone, promoting creativity. To each side of the gemstone are gold scrolls, which taper back to form a bar. Each scroll terminates with a split seed pearl final surrounded by a milgrain edge. In the centre of each double scroll is a floral motif studded with seven split-seed pearls. Floral motifs containing split pearls were very popular during this time and are indicative of the period. A well-made and classic piece of fine antique jewellery. Size: 73mm x 11mm, weight: 6.7g. Period: Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ). Layaway plans available.
  • A meticulously crafted Edwardian split pearl brooch. This rich 15ct yellow gold bar brooch features a bow as the central motif. At the centre of the bow is fixed a single seed pearl, which is surrounded by graduated split-seed pearls. These graduated split seed pearls also extend the full length of the brooch which culminates in two cylindrical finals, topped with split pearls. Split pearl jewellery was very popular during the Edwardian period and is seen as indicative of the era. This brooch is both an elegant and a desirable piece of fine antique jewellery. Size: 49mm x 15mm, weight: 3.7g. Period: Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ). Layaway plans available.
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