An Art Deco-era necklace that exudes timeless elegance with its geometric design, soft lustrous pearl dangle and sparkling diamonds! Made around 1920s, it features ~.18 carats total in kaleidoscopic rose-cut diamonds, decorated with delicate milgrain seen all throughout the angular centerpiece. The rose-cut diamonds are all beautifully matched and graded G-H color and VS clarity. A single cultured pearl hangs from its center, freely dangling, adding gentle movement to this refined beauty and balancing this piece. This antique necklace is made in handmade 14 karat white gold and it is complete with its original split-chain, true to the period with its intricate, detailed links and pearl accents. The pendant, which measures 1 and 1/4 inch long by 1/2 inch wide, rests on a 15 inch chain, sitting right near the collarbone, and it secures with a round spring clasp.
The perfect addition for the antique collector's jewelry closet!