Edward held spectacular society balls and soirées, resulting in an overwhelming demand for elaborate jewelry from those who moved in these circles.
A fringe necklace can be described as a series of pendant elements that dangle from links or a cord that encircles the neck. Fringe necklaces gained popularity in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and continued to be worn after the turn of the century.
Inspired by the abundance of glamorous events at Buckingham Palace, sparkling diamond tiaras were fashionable during the Edwardian era. Therefore, in some cases, a fringe necklace was made so that by fitting it to a rigid frame, it could also be worn as a tiara!
This dazzling example features a total of 67 rose and cushion-cut diamonds, making each part of your decolletage sparkle in any light.
Materials ad Features: sterling silver, 3.5ctw of diamonds
Age/Origin: English, c. 1915
Measurements: 28.5 grams, 17"
Condition: Excellent condition.
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