Antique Edwardian 9ct Gold Sapphire & Pearl Dropper Necklace

SKU: KCJ101-18

Payment can be made with credit/debit card, alternatively we are able to offer a 3% discount for payment via bank transfer.

At a glance...

  • Chain Length: 18 or 20 inches
  • Pendant Length: 5.3cm
  • Internal Bale Size: 3mm high
  • x 2mm wide
  • Age: 1900-1909 (chain is new)
  • Material: 9ct Gold
  • Marks: None (tested)
  • Weight: 2.05 grams
  • Principal Stone: Sapphire
  • Principal Cut: Round Mixed
  • Est Weight: 0.60cts
  • Second Stone: Pearl

Tell me more...

A glorious yellow gold pendant dating from the Edwardian era, so around 1900-1910. We have adjusted this pendant slightly from its original form - where it had two loops at the top to hang from a fixed chain, we have added a single loop and small bale to the top so the chain length is flexible.

The 'Edna May' pendant features 4 glorious pale blue sapphires in a floral design, centred by a small pearl. These are set in solid gold, and hang from a bar, at the top of which another pearl is set in a target design. So typical of the designs of the era and we absolutely adore it.

We are offering this beautiful Edwardian pendant for sale with our new yellow gold faceted trace chain available in 18 and 20 inch lengths (the chain is discounted if purchased as part of this set). It pairs beautifully with the pendant and is small enough to fit through the bale at the top. You are also welcome, of course, to purchase pendant on its own to hang from your own chain.

The antique sapphire necklace will be presented in our recycled kraft jewellery box along with our tailored gemstone care card.


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Important Notes

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. Insurance valuations for pieces we sell valued at over £1000 are available on request.