Early 20th Century Diamond and Cultured Pearl Necklace


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Jewellery Sector: Fine & High Jewellery

Curated By: Joanna Hardy

Main Material: Pearl

Period: Early 1900s

Condition Report: Very good condition


A gorgeous antique pearl and diamond necklace. This choker necklace features seven rows of lustrous cultured pearls which meet in the centre at a magnificent diamond-set flower cluster. The cluster features a combined weight of over 11 carats of scintillating old-cut diamonds, which catch the light beautifully and provide a stunning complement to the creamy hue of the pearls. The diamond cluster can be detached from the pearl necklace and worn as a pendant or a brooch, making this piece versatile.

Joanna Hardy says: “A serious choker. With the series Becoming Elizabeth to hit our screens in September 2021, regal jewellery will be on trend. This is a statement jewel that can be worn as a brooch or a pendant – a jewel to suit every occasion. The cultured pearls are a contemporary feature.”  

Materials & Features:

Main Material: 18ct Gold and Silver (unhallmarked, tested)
Gemstone: Cultured Pearl, Diamond
Measurements: Cultured pearls measuring approximately 4mm in diameter, the necklace measuring approximately 4 x 33 cm
Weight: 78.8g
Stone Cut: Old European-cut diamonds, estimated to weigh 11.5 carats in total, the central diamond estimated to weigh 1.5 carats
Period: ca.1900
Origin: England
Condition Report: Very good condition, wear commensurate with age


Seller ID: BSAFJ

Item Location: London, United Kingdom



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