A beautiful Edwardian era necklace crafted from 14 karat gold. The piece contains a central cabochon garnet which is flanked by a pair of laurel leaves encrusted with cushion cut diamonds and emeralds. The central pendant hangs on a very fine 14 karat gold trace chain with a bolt ring clasp. The piece was likely crafted in the United States, circa 1910, due to the purity of the metal being regularly used in America. An absolutely beautiful and delicate necklace which would suit someone with a fine neckline.
Unmarked however tests as 14 karat gold
Total diamond weight - 0.12 carat
Total weight of piece - 4.98 grams
Necklace length - 36cm
Independent appraisal values the piece at $2950