Edwardian Diamond and Silver Upon Gold Pendant Brooch, Circa 1907
An Edwardian diamond brooch-cum-pendant, set with old-cut diamonds, in an openwork design of scrolls, with flower garland and bows, with millegrain edges, mounted in silver upon-gold, with hooks for the chain and a removable brooch fitting, circa 1907.
- Approximately 46.4 x 39mm
- Good - Wear consistent with age and use
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