Kirsten's Corner

Edwardian 14K Gold & Diamond Question Mark Pendant / Charm


It was Socrates who said "The unexamined life is not worth living". We love this diamond question mark charm / pendant and its message to remain curious and inquisitive.

This Signature piece has been converted from an Edwardian era stick-pin to a charm or pendant. It's two-toned 14 karat gold, with a white gold front and a yellow gold back.  

There are nine Old Mine Cut diamonds that are either bead or bezel set, ranging from 1.25 mm to 2.9 mm. The total diamond weight is 1/3rd a carat and the diamonds are near colorless and very sparkly.

This pendant hangs from a simple oval white gold bail at the top that measures 2.8 mm by 3.2 mm. The pendant measures 1" from the top of the bail to the bottom of the question mark and is 1/4" wide. This piece weighs .9 grams. 

Perfect for hanging from a favorite chain or charm bracelet. A fabulous and unique statement piece that is perfect for every day wear. Shown here on a simple 14K white gold chain also available on Kirsten's Corner.

Circa 1910

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