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Fellows and Sons | Established 1876

Description

A late 19th century 15ct gold turquoise split pearl and diamond pendant. The oval-shape panel, set throughout with oval turquoise cabochons, to the split pearl and rose-cut diamond floral motif. Length 2.9cms. Weight 9gms.

Condition Report

Overall condition good to fair. Surface scratches and discolouration in keeping with general wear and age. The turquoise vary in colour from blue through slightly bluish green, some with thin matrix veining. The split pearls are well matched and slightly discoloured due to age, with a creamy body colour and moderate lustre showing pinkish overtone. The diamonds appear bright and well matched, estimated total diamond spread weight 0.15ct, which is no indication of the total diamond weight. Individual diamonds too small to accurately assess colour/clarity grades. The back of the pendant has a bevelled glass vacant compartment. Without the aid of laboratory equipment, it has not been possible to determine if these cultured pearls are from a fresh or saltwater source. Please see the Important Notices for Purchasers in our catalogue or on our website for coloured gemstones.

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