French Pearl Emerald and Diamond Necklace and Bracelet Suite, Silver and Gold, Circa 1840
  • French Pearl Emerald and Diamond Necklace and Bracelet Suite, Silver and Gold, Circa 1840
  • French Pearl Emerald and Diamond Necklace and Bracelet Suite, Silver and Gold, Circa 1840
  • French Pearl Emerald and Diamond Necklace and Bracelet Suite, Silver and Gold, Circa 1840
  • French Pearl Emerald and Diamond Necklace and Bracelet Suite, Silver and Gold, Circa 1840
  • French Pearl Emerald and Diamond Necklace and Bracelet Suite, Silver and Gold, Circa 1840
  • French Pearl Emerald and Diamond Necklace and Bracelet Suite, Silver and Gold, Circa 1840
  • French Pearl Emerald and Diamond Necklace and Bracelet Suite, Silver and Gold, Circa 1840
  • French Pearl Emerald and Diamond Necklace and Bracelet Suite, Silver and Gold, Circa 1840

French Pearl Emerald and Diamond Necklace and Bracelet Suite, Silver and Gold, Circa 1840

£17,000.00
VAT included
20100S

A French, early 19th Century, emerald, natural pearl and diamond suite, comprising an emerald-cut emerald, natural pearl and rose-cut diamond swag necklace, with a central openwork plaque, suspending a natural pearl, with four swags, connected by an emerald and diamond bow motif on each side, with three drops on each swag, with closed back settings, together with a matching bracelet, mounted in silver, with silver gilt on the back and gold chains, fittings and settings for the emeralds, in a fitted antique box, with French eagle head marks, for 18ct gold, which came into use, in Paris, in 1838 and a combined boar and eagle head mark for mixed silver and gold, which came into use in 1829, numbered 3435, with an unreadable maker's mark, circa 1840.

A French, early 19th Century, emerald, natural pearl and diamond suite, comprising an emerald-cut emerald, natural pearl and rose-cut diamond swag necklace, with a central openwork plaque, suspending a natural pearl, with four swags, connected by an emerald and diamond bow motif on each side, with three drops on each swag, with closed back settings, together with a matching bracelet, mounted in silver, with silver gilt on the back and gold chains, fittings and settings for the emeralds, in a fitted antique box, with French eagle head marks, for 18ct gold, which came into use, in Paris, in 1838 and a combined boar and eagle head mark for mixed silver and gold, which came into use in 1829, numbered 3435, with an unreadable maker's mark, circa 1840.

Data sheet

Period
Circa 1820
Style
Georgian
Stone
Emerald, natural pearl and diamond
Condition
Minor Losses, wear consistent with age
Quantity
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