This one would fit in well amongst the ladies of Downton Abbey. The Edwardian look, the colors of the day, the subtle opulence, all point to this being a piece made for a lady of means.
This French beauty was hand crafted in about 1900. It is set with pink and green rough, polished tourmaline gems and accented with sparkling rose cut diamonds. The star of this show is the large green tourmaline drop at the front of this stunning necklace, a drop which weighs approximately 115 carats. The other four green tourmalines spaced through the necklace weigh about 52 carats in total. The necklace is further set with three natural pink tourmalines, two rough polished gems which weigh about 18 carats and one round polished pink tourmaline bead which has an estimated weight of 3 carats. The necklace is all done in 18 karat gold and the petal design cap of the main gem is silver topped and set with 22 rose cut diamonds which add up to about .28 carats in total. This antique beauty is 28.5 inches long with a 3 inch drop at the front and weighs 51.29 grams. It has been carefully acid tested as 18 karat gold and sterling silver.
This antique beauty comes with a full appraisal done by a GIA Master Gemologist and has an insurance replacement value of $12,500, please let us know if you’d like to have a copy of this appraisal for review.
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