1950's 18ct Aquamarine & Diamond Pendant

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1950's 18ct Aquamarine & Diamond Pendant

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1950's 18ct yellow and white gold pendant set with a central round aquamarine measuring 6mm in diameter. The yellow and white gold sections being set with twenty six graduated brilliant cut diamonds. Total weight estimated as 0.80ct. Pendant measuring 23mm x 17mm. Suspended from a modern 18ct yellow gold 18" trace chain. Gross weight 7.1g.

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Product Specification

Period / Style 1950’s
Item Location This item is available to buy online only.
Main Stone Aquamarine
Jewellery Material Yellow Gold
Jewellery Type Necklaces / Pendants
Item Code 10-PH5594/11

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