Victorian jewelry is as complex in its symbolism, sentiment, and design as the fashion, architecture, and decor of the time. Worn as an ornament, a love token, or a remembrance, jewelry not only completed the well-dressed lady’s costume but also denoted her position in society, her marital status, and her sense of self.
This piece has a special story... I found this beauty in pieces, broken down by a previous owner for an easier sale, and I reassembled her from two bracelets, earrings, and a singular pendant, into her original form, with her original clasp!
Materials and Features: pink topaz, diamond paste (foilec), 9k pink gold, sterling silver
Age/Origin: Victorian, English, c. 1880
Measurements: 12.7 grams, 13.5"
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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