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Georgian Collet Set Citrine Pendant in 12k Gold


Circa 1820, this beautiful citrine stone has a large flat table with faceted rectangular edges and rounded corners. In an early Georgian setting, the large facets shimmer and allow you to see reflections that create clean lines reminiscent of sunlight. The collet setting is an elegant pairing for the stone, as it subtly brings a leaflike pattern into the gold in careful placement that compliments the sparkling lines of the citrine. A stunning example of the elegance of the Georgian era. 

The stone measures 13 x 9 x 3 mm. It is cushion cut and 2.5 carats. The pendant weighs 2.05 grams. It has a circular bail that is 6mm across. 

A pendant that can be stacked, but that also looks gorgeous worn alone on a chain. 

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Emily G.
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Love at First Sight

I was looking for a Georgian piece that was: a) affordable; b) wearable; and c) did not feature human hair as the main event. I considered this citrine pendant for a long time before finally deciding to get it, because even though it met all my criteria, I wasn't sure I liked it all that much. But the second I opened the box and saw it gleaming, I fell in love. The photos did not do the piece justice. It is both larger and lighter yellow than I expected, and when light hits it, it radiates sunny beams back out into the world. It's eye-catching and yet simple enough to wear almost every day with almost anything. I love it. Now I'm curious to know more about it. Do you know where it comes from? Was it always a pendant, or was it originally part of something else? It is just terrific, and I'm so glad I finally took the plunge. Thank you!