A stunning filigree pin/pendant from the Edwardian (ca1910) era! With its original flip-down bail, this beautiful convertible piece can be easily be worn as a pendant or pin in one simple step. Crafted in 14kt white gold, the ornate pin/pendant forms the shape of an elongated rectangle with an intricate filigree wirework surface. Elegant swirls, floral work and fine lines comprise the body of the piece and an oval-shaped frame lined with a wheat motif graces the center, encircling three sparkling diamonds. Each set within its own box setting, the diamonds are old Mine Cut stones and collectively have an overall approximate diamond weight of 0.30ctw. Found along the back is the original filigree flip-down bail and a secure pin clasp which is stamped "14K" along side a small "K" maker's mark. A gorgeous Edwardian piece, it would look wonderful worn on special occasions and would make a beautiful addition to any jewelry collection!
Measurements: When worn as a pendant, the piece hangs a little less than 2" long, measures a little less than 1" wide and is 1/8" thick. When the flip-down bail is hidden, the piece measures 1 5/8" long.
Condition: The overall condition of the pin/pendant is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the white gold filigree setting, and all of the diamond stones are intact. The flip-down bail and pin clasp are both secure and in good working condition.