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The Victorian era saw an explosion of symbolic and sentimental jewelry in popular culture around the world. During this period, magazines targeted at women began to gain popularity, with the idea of bringing the crown jewels into their own homes. Queen Victoria loved her jewels and had something for every occasion. Prior to this era, we primarily saw jewelry as menswear.  

One symbol seen often in Victorian pieces is the crescent moon, meant to signify the changing of the seasons in one’s life. Stars, another Victorian motif, were a symbol of guidance, wisdom, and often adorned with diamonds. 

This glistening example, converted to e necklace from a brooch, features a central, lemon-toned, diamond accompanied with .70cts of support diamonds. This piece lays beautifully and adds sparkle to any look. 


Materials and Features: .75cts with .70cts of support diamonds, platinum, 18k gold

Age/Origin: Victorian

Measurements: Crescent measures 1.75", 18" chain length, 5.3 grams

Condition: Excellent condition. Converted from a brooch. Minor age wear associated. 

Please view and inspect any photos closely. We endeavor to fully disclose all condition information clearly and concisely, however, please note that what qualifies as excellent condition for historical jewelry differs from modern and contemporary pieces; please take the age of the piece into account when examining the piece. Minor age wear is typical and to be expected for antique and vintage jewelry. Unless otherwise stated, gemstones have not been officially graded for color, clarity, or treatment by GIA; any information provided is our own educated, professional assessment.

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