Antique Edwardian 18ct Gold and Platinum Aquamarine Diamond and Pearl Pendant Necklace, Circa 1910

Antique Edwardian 18ct Gold and Platinum Aquamarine, Diamond and Pearl Pendant Necklace, Circa 1910

A delicate Edwardian 18ct gold and platinum gem-set pendant made circa 1910. Mille grain set with a trapeze cut aquamarine, rose-cut diamonds and small Baroque pearls this articulated pendant comes in its own maroon Morocco leather fitted case. Typical of this era, this swagged design has a central trefoil motif with delicate diamond-set ‘bars’ with attached pearls. There is a trapeze cut aquamarine of approximately 0.30 carat, with an estimated 0.32 carats of rose-cut diamonds and four pearls of 2.18 grains. The introduction of platinum to replace silver, which was used by the Victorians created much lighter, airy jewellery that is perfectly exhibited here in this lovely piece.


  • CARAT WEIGHT – 0.32ct (total) (0.02ct x 10 and 0.01ct x 12)
  • COLOUR – M
  • CUT – Rose Cut

AQUAMARINE – Trapeze Cut/ 0.30 carat

PEARL – 3 x 4mm / 1 x 5mm

MEASUREMENT – 55 mm L x 30 mm W

MATERIALS – 18 carat Gold/Platinum/Aquamarine/Diamond/Pearl

WEIGHT – 4.2g

HALLMARK – None, but tested as gold and platinum with a touchstone

CONDITION – This pendant is in lovely condition, all the gemstones are securely set and original to the piece. The gold and platinum are crisp and unworn. The articulation of the pendant remains uninhibited. A period piece in the state commensurate with its antiquity.

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