An extremely rare, hallmarked English 18k and sterling Rose Cut Diamond floral necklace with a central en Tremblant flower. This remarkable necklace was made in the 1920s, utilizing techniques created in the Georgian period.
The en-Tremblant process sets the central flower of a jewel with a coil, upon which it sensually ‘trembles’ as the wearer moves. With bows, ribbons, and a snake chain around the back, this presentation piece is one of the most superb diamond necklaces we’ve ever had.
Materials and Features: rose-cut diamonds (approx. 2.55ctw), 18k gold, sterling silver
Age/Origin: English, c. 1920s
Measurements: 21" in length, 45.43 grams
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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