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"If jewerly could only talk". A phrase we hear every now and then from our customers, and then they wonder where the piece have been and what has happened to it in its history. Although this beautiful à la Jeannette pendant can't speak we do know part of its history.
It was (and is) not uncommon with certain pieces of jewelry to be cut in two, three or even more pieces to avoid any hassle over an heritage. So was the case with this pendant. We bought it from a retired jeweller from a very little town who told us that he had bought the three pieces seperate from three sisters who had it cut up in three when their parents past away. There were some 15 years between buying the first and the last part. Luckely enough the goldsmith who had seperated them, had it done with great skill and respect for the piece itself so when the jeweller got all three pieces together, it was not a big work to make it into one piece again.
Antique jewelry object group: pendants
Country of origin: Although it does not carry any legible control marks we believe it is of Belgian origin.
Style: Georgian- (styles overview)
Period: ca. 1780 (events and facts in 1780)
Material: 18K red gold with silver rose cut diamond set details - (precious metals)
Extra information: This type of pendant is typically Belgian in the late 18th till mid-19th century. They are called 'à la Jeannette'. The use of table-cut diamonds gives us the indication that the piece has been made somewhere in the 18th Century.
Diamonds: Six table cut rose cut diamonds and 25 rose cut diamonds. We do not have the weight of the diamonds which is normal in our trade when it comes to rose cuts.
Note: All diamond weights, color grades and clarity are approximate since the stones were not removed from their mounts to preserve the integrity of the setting.
Birthstones: Diamond is the birthstone (or month stone) for April. - (general birthstones explanation)
More background information on: georgian, table cut,
Hallmarks: No trace. - (general hallmarks info)
Condition: excellent condition - (our condition scale)
Dimensions: Height 7.50 cm (2.95 inch)
Weight: 9.80 gram (6.30 dwt)
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