This is a stunning Edwardian era necklace with an emerald and diamond platinum pendant. The emerald is well-saturated, and there is delicate milligrain details throughout the platinum piece. The jewels are set within a platinum tear-drop shape that hangs from a 14k white gold chain, measuring 16" from end to end. This is a Signature piece, tastefully reimagined from a stickpin into a pendant.
The diamonds and emeralds are wonderful quality. The emerald is bezel set, and the seven diamonds are bead-set. Two of the diamonds are round cut and five are single cut. They are G/H in color and VS-II in clarity. The diamonds are .10 carats and the emerald is .2 carats.
The pendant weighs 1 gram and measures a little less than 1” from the top of the bail to the bottom of the pendant. The widest part of the pendant measures 1/4”. The bail has a 4 mm opening.
This special necklace-pendant will make a wonderful gift or addition to your jewelry collection!