Antique Art Nouveau 15ct Gold, Garnet & Pearl Pendant
A wonderful late Victorian 'fin de siècle' pendant, fashioned in solid 15ct gold; the design of this piece would have been inspired by the Art Nouveau jeweller-artists of the era. Art Nouveau was an artistic movement which, in terms of jewellery design, can was characterised by flowing sinuous lines and an idealised view of nature. This pendant would have been made when French craftsmen like René Lalique were wowing the world with their incredible designs. The pendant is studded with split pearls, and a vibrant red garnet takes centre stage. The back of the pendant is stamped 15ct, and it comes in excellent condition and ready to hang from your own chain (internal bale diameter 3.5mm). Alternatively, we can supply the pendant on a good quality, fine 9ct gold trace chain. This is a brand new chain and is available in 18-24 inch lengths.
- Size: 2.2cm wide x 3.5cm long
- Age: 1890-1900
- Material: 15ct Gold
- Marks: 15ct
- Pendant Weight: 2.98 grams
- Principal Stone: Garnet
- Principal Cut: Round Mixed
- Second Stone: Pearl
- Chain: Fine 9ct Trace 1.2mm wide, 18-24 inch, 1.5-2 grams
- Case: Recycled Kraft Jewellery Box
All carat weights, colour grades and clarity grades are our very best estimates. Metals are checked for authenticity, and any detectable stone treatments disclosed.
Kit Clayton Jewellery is a member of the National Association of Jewellers and insurance valuations for pieces priced £1000+ are available on request.