Edwardian Platinum & 14kt Diamond Filigree Necklace
A stunning filigree necklace from the Edwardian (ca1910) era! Originally an antique pin, the piece has now been converted to a feminine pendant that hangs from a complimentary chain. The beautiful platinum pendant forms the shape of an elongated ellipse, with an intricate filigree wirework surface. Elegant swirls curl in around the edges of the piece, and a fine honeycomb pattern comprises the center. A row of leafy shapes travels across the middle, meeting at a single mine cut diamond in the center. Delicate rose cut diamonds line the surface of the petals and the swirled edges. Attached to either side of the pendant is a fine filigree chain, made of 14kt white gold. The chain fastens with a spring ring clasp in the back (marked "14K"). A gorgeous Edwardian piece, it would look wonderful worn on special occasions and would make a beautiful addition to any jewelry collection!
Measurements: The necklace measures 16" in total length. The filigree pendant measures 1 1/2" long and 5/8" tall.
Condition: The overall condition of the necklace is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the platinum filigree setting, and all of the diamond stones are intact. The white gold chain and spring ring clasp are secure and in good working condition.