The Georgian era takes its name from four of the five kings that ruled during the period: George I, II, III, and IV. It was a period of vast change, exemplified by the early stages of the industrial revolution and the formation of the United States of America.
It was also a period during which there were significant developments in jewelry and marked the beginning of many mass-production methods. The jewelry of this era was innovative and distinctive.
For thousands of years, citrine has been a powerful talisman of prosperity, protection, and healing. Weighing 9.5 grams, this stunning cross features five sumptuous step-cut citrines that boast a golden yellow hue.
Materials and Features: 12k gold
Age/Origin: Georgian, English, Austinian Era, c. 1820
Measurements: 2.25", 9.5 grams
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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