A rare, early 19th century Amethyst pendant in three parts, this beautiful jewel seems to be the result of a careful collector's wide eyes! Three components featuring exactly the same shade of early 19th century 15ct gold are here assembled to form this epic pendant. The largest element at the top, a gorgeous cannatille embellished setting envelopes an east-west amethyst-- from which extends an archaeological revival amphorae-esque set north-west amethyst, and finally terminating in a scroll set briolette. This pendant is simply delicious and will make a show stopping addition to any chain or neck-mess!
Materials & Features: 18k yellow gold, amethyst, pearl
Age/Origin: French, c. 1800 (unmarked)
Measurements: 2.5" top to bottom, 8.7g
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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