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Early 19th Century Dutch Rose Cut Diamond Pendant


Dating to the early 19th century, this diamond pendant was presumably a component of a larger and undoubtably ornate piece of jewelry. The rose cut macle and round diamonds are set in silver with crimped bezels and closed backs. The obverse is covered in a gold wash - a lovely finishing touch seen in Georgian era fine silver jewelry which prevented any tarnish on the silver from transferring to the wearers skin. Dutch hallmark.


  • Materials

    silver with gold washed backs, 3 macle rose cut diamonds: 3mm, 3mm, 5mm; 2 2.8mm round rose cut diamonds, new 14k gold chain

  • Age

    c. 1800

  • Condition

    Very good

  • Size

    1 1/8" length including the bale, 18" chain





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Antiques can be returned unworn and in original condition within 10 days of delivery for an exchange or refund minus the cost of shipping. Once a piece has been altered, including ring re-sizing, it is FINAL SALE.

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