This stunning Edwardian filigree amethyst necklace in sterling silver features an exquisite drop pendant in a classic flowers, scrolls and leaves design. At its center it showcases a lovely marquise shape brilliant natural lilac amethyst ( February Birthstone ) of 0.90 carat in a secure high polish bezel setting.
At the center of the necklace above the drop is a shimmering round brilliant cut 0.01 carat diamond of VS clarity and F/G color in a secure 4 prong flush bead setting. The drop pendant portion of this beautiful vintage amethyst necklace design measures 1 5/8 inches high and 1 3/8 inch wide. The unique filigree neckchain features a links in a scalloped pattern with fleur-de-lis design connections joining the sculpted links together. Measurement for the neckchain is 17 inches.
This striking hand crafted amethyst pendant necklace features a bright high polish anti-tarnish rhodium finish, making it a perfect coordinating match for white gold and platinum items in your jewelry collection. An exact reproduction of an antique Edwardian original necklace circa 1910, the meticulous level of hand finished detail in this piece is sure to be appreciated for generations.
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High polish rhodium
1 5/8 inches
1 3/8 inch
Edwardian, circa 1910's
8.25 mm / 5/16 inch
Hook and loop
Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
4 Prong flush bead
Our Customers Say..."Hello, I just received my charm today and I have to tell you how delighted I am. I needed it to replace a charm I lost last year from my original charm
bracelet that I have actually had since I was 9 years old (way back in 1958) and it was brand new then. I think I put the last original brand new
charm on it in 1967. Anyway, although the charm I lost was a phone, the graduation cap fits perfectly and since I never got one for my own high
school or college graduations, it is perfect. I even put it on the bracelet myself. Thanks again." - Susan K. G.