Victorian Amethyst and Diamond Necklace, Circa 1880
A Victorian amethyst riviera necklace cross pendant, set with twenty marquise cut amethysts in a cut down setting, spaced by individually set old cut diamonds, with a detachable amethyst and diamond cross pendant. Mounted in gold. In a fitted box By Harvey & Gore, London. Circa 1880.
The total necklace length is approximately 39cm and the cross length, including the loop, is approximately 4.2cm.
- Cross length 4.2cm approx.
Necklace length 39cm approx.
- Good - Wear consistent with age and use
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