The exquisite elements in this Georgian pendant make it unequivocally meant for the nobility of the era! Made around 1820 when pearls were incredibly rare, only found in nature, and almost exclusively worn by the most elite, this stunning pendant features a sizable pearl drop that still has the incredible bright white lustre it had two centuries ago. Today invaluable natural pearls like this are an extreme rarity. A fine Colombian emerald glows a perfect true green in a center drop that hangs freely, glittering with movement. Rose cut diamonds add a subtle sparkle throughout the piece, most brilliant in the romantic, flickering candlelight they were meant to shine in. The front of the pendant is silver, while the bulk of the piece is 18k rose gold, as was common in fine diamond jewelry of the period. The gold is beautifully etched in the back with intricate floral designs, adding to the art of the piece and suggesting it can be worn either way! This remarkable piece of history is currently on a sterling silver chain. The pendant measures just over 2 inches long and 1 1/4 inches wide. Other chain options are available upon request.