Exquisite, Edwardian Citrine & Natural pearl fringe necklace on 9ct, 9k, 375 rose gold clasp, Circa 1901
Beautifully made during the late Victorian, early Edwardian period.
This exquisite, antique necklace features a delicate row of natural saltwater pearls, individually drilled and hand strung onto an 9ct rose gold barrel clasp.
Suspended at 2.5cm intervals are a row of fifteen, graduated, faceted Citrine gemstones, connected with fine pieces of gold wire.
The largest citrine measures 10.5 x 13.5mm and the smallest 6x7mm. The are a gorgeous golden yellow cognac colour.
This stunning necklace would have graced the neck of a young edwardian lady as she waltzed across the dance floor, the Citrine “en tremblant” (moving in a trembling style) sparkling & shimmering in the light of the chandeliers.
The Citrine captures the light with its many facets & its glorious shades of golden yellow.
Hallmarked: 9ct (denotes 9carat gold)
Tiny natural pearls from India were used extensively in antique Jewellery. Many of the pearls used were from the Pinctada radiata oyster found in the Persian Gulf, the Red seas and Sri Lanka.
MEASUREMENTS: Length: 18.5″ / 47cm
WEIGHT: 9.6 grams
HALLMARKS: As above
CONDITION: Very Good
DATE: Edwardian (1901 to 1910)
Please note that images have been enlarged to show detail. All measurements are listed in the description.
All items are Antique, Vintage and/or Pre-owned and will naturally have signs of wear & tear commensurate with age. Antique boxes are for display purposes only unless otherwise stated the item will be sent in a Leatherette & Velvet box.