• An original pair of Georgian Garnet and split Seed Pearl earrings. A pair of oval-cut Garnet gemstones have been foil backed and placed in a 9ct rose gold closed-back setting. Surrounding these beautiful Garnets are a row of split Seed Pearls. These rare earrings are a fine example of Georgian craftsmanship. Size: 11mm x 9mm, weight: 1g each. Metal: 9ct Rose Gold Period: Georgian Jewellery ( 1714 – 1837 ).
  • A decorative Art Nouveau Garnet pendant necklace. Two oval-cut garnet gemstones have been set in 9ct gold using a bezel setting with a milgrain finish and are surrounded by an open framework of scrolls. A beautifully proportioned pendant necklace. Pendant size: 39 x 20mm, chain length: 42cm, weight 2.8g. Metal: 9ct gold Total Garnet weight: 96 points Period: Art Nouveau Jewellery ( 1890 – 1901 ).
  • A vintage Garnet necklace with matching earrings. The necklace comprises of three round-cut garnet gemstones set in 9ct yellow gold to form foliate central panels. Which are studded with seed pearls and suspended from a trace link chain. This necklace comes with a matching pair of earrings.  A beautiful demi-parure. Articulated Pendant size: 60mm x 27mm, chain length: 40cm, weight: 7.2g. Earring size: 20mm x 11mm, weight: 1.5g each. Period: Modern Jewellery (the 1960s onwards ).
  • A flawless Victorian Garnet and Pearl ring. A graduated line of round-cut garnets which have a combined weight of 1ct have been set in 9ct yellow gold with double seed pearl spacers. These garnets have excellent clarity and catch the light beautifully. The ring gallery is formed from scrolling detail which also extends down the shoulders. A fabulous ring which looks amazing when worn. Ring size: UK: N, US: 6.75, top section size: 19mm x 6mm, weight: 3.3g. This ring can be re-sized free of charge. Period: Victorian ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • An exceptional Edwardian Garnet and Pearl ring. A heart-shaped Garnet gemstone weighing 2ct has been mounted in 9ct yellow gold and is surrounded by a row of seed pearls. This large Garnet has excellent clarity, which sparkles beautifully and looks amazing when worn. Total Garnet Weight: 2ct. Ring size: UK size N, US size 6.75, top section: 17mm x 15mm, weight 4.4g, This ring can be re-sized free of charge, upon request. Period:  Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 to 1914 ).
  • An eye-catching 1940s Garnet cluster ring. Three concentric rows of Garnets have been set in 8ct yellow gold, with a closed back setting and held securely with a central gold pin. 8ct gold was commonly used during world war II in order to stretch supplies of gold, hallmarked 333. A very pretty dress ring. Ring size: UK: P, US: 7.75, top section size: 21mm x 18mm, weight: 4g. This ring can be re-sized free of charge. Period: Retro Jewellery (the 1940s ).
  • An intricate Art Nouveau scroll brooch. A central oval-cut Garnet weighing 1.12ct has been set in 9ct yellow gold, with a milgrain finish around the setting edge. Extending from either side of this Garnet is split seed pearl-studded foliate culminating with two bright and lively peridots. A very pretty brooch. Size: 34mm x 16mm, weight: 2.5g. Period: Art Nouveau Jewellery ( 1890 – 1901 ).

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  • A very pretty Victorian Garnet scroll brooch. Three Garnet gemstones have been set diagonally in 9ct yellow gold and finished with milgrain detailing. From either side of this diagonal line extends scrollwork and foliate detail. A beautiful piece. Size: 43mm x 13mm, weight: 1.9g. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • An ornate Edwardian Garnet and Pearl Pendant. A round cut garnet weighing 70 points has been set in 9ct yellow gold with a milgrain finish. Surrounding this central gemstone a four seed pearls which point outwards to a seed pearl and split seed pearl star. A classically Edwardian pendant. Size : 35mm x 24mm,  weight 2.6g. Period : Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 – 1914 ).

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