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Lot 35

An early 20th century cultured pearl and diamond pendant, with 9ct gold chain.

Estimate £ 500  -  £ 700

Description

Condition Report

An early 20th century cultured pearl and diamond pendant. Of openwork design, the cultured pearl, with old-cut diamond quarterly surround and single-cut diamond scalloped border, suspended from a later 9ct gold chain. Estimated old-cut diamond weight 0.60ct, I-J colour, SI-P1 clarity. Chain with hallmarks for Birmingham. Length of pendant 3cms. Length of chain 44cms. Total weight 7.3gms.

Purchasing information
  • Overall condition fair to good. Some surface scratches/ wear, discolouration and minor dents in keeping with general age and wear.
  • Diamonds bright.

  • Diamonds generally with small light and dark inclusions under 10x magnification.
  • Glue residue can be seen to the cultured pearl setting.

  • Some stones are replacements.

  • Cultured pearl has a creamy white body colour, with rose and greenish overtones.

  • Cultured pearl in good condition, with minor abrasions.
  • Surmount is a later addition.

  • Estimated dimensions of cultured pearl 10.2mms.

  • Cultured pearl in good to fair condition with some light abrasion and minor nibbles to the girdle and facet edges.

  • Please see the Important Notices for Purchasers for coloured gemstones.

  • Condition reports are offered as a guide only and we highly recommend inspecting any lot to satisfy yourself as to its condition.

  • For any further questions you may have on this lot, please do not hesitate to contact Ben Randall at ben@fellows.co.uk

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