This is among the prettiest antique diamond pendants to ever have graced our shop! This piece dates back to around 1860, when it was more common to set diamonds into silver as we see here. The bale and back are made of 14k rose gold. The center stone is an old mine cut with a square cushion shape. It has a carat weight of about .60, is an I color grade and SI1 clarity grade. Twelve sparkling rose cut diamonds surround it. An additional three are set above in a three-leaf motif. The rose cut diamonds add an additional carat weight of .40 to the piece, making the pendant about 1 carat in total diamond weight. The pendant measures about 1/2" wide and 3/4" long. Chain is sold separately, please ask about our chain options.