London, South Kensington
20 March 2005
An early 20th century pearl and diamond necklace
the graduated triple row with two modified openwork rectangular panels each with central single untested pearl with old-brilliant cut single stone diamond on either side, with rose-cut diamond surround, to an openwork clasp composed of rose-cut diamonds (central untested pearl detached), accompanied by Pearl Identification Report, number 976353, from the Precious Stone Laboratory, London, dated 29 November 2004, stating that the pearls were found to be natural; with a single stone cultured pearl ring with rose-cut diamond shoulders; and a pair of cultured pearl and brilliant-cut diamond earrings.
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