4 June 2008,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 5,625
GBP 4,500 - GBP 5,500
An early 20th century pearl and diamond pendant
The pierced flowerhead shaped panel with a single-cut diamond border and central bouton pearl, with pearl accents and two stone diamond spacers, suspending a detachable drop shaped pearl and diamond pendant, to a diamond suspension loop and fine chain, please note that the pearl drop and accents have not been tested for natural origin, brooch fitting deficient
The bouton pearl is accompanied by a photocopy of Pearl Identification Report No. 97005710, dated August 3 2007 from the AGTA Gemological Testing Center stating that it was found to be a natural nacreous saltwater pearl
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