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If the universal laws were to limit each of us to one piece of jewelry the choice would be clear – a strand of natural pearls. Without any encouragement or interference from a human being a pearl is created. Most likely the first gem prized for its beauty, pearls continue to be among the most treasured personal adornment.

Now combine the elegance of the Edwardian sensibility with the luster and inner glow of a pearl and life is complete. Here a strand of eighty-five (85) natural saltwater Akoya pearls, 4.5 mm to 2.95 mm in diameter alternate with eighty (80) small natural saltwater spacer pearls and two (2) cultured pearls (from the clasp numbers 5 and 81) to create an item of jewelry perfect with any ensemble at any event or nonevent day or night. A platinum open work marquise shaped clasp accented with thirteen (13) petite rose cut diamonds completes the necklace with a flawless finish.

This necklace is accompanied by a Gemological Institute of America (GIA) certificate.

Date: Circa 1910.

Item 13545

Antique Edwardian Pearl Necklace

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Measurements: 17 inches (43 cm) in length by 3/16 of an inch (0.5 cm) at the widest pearl. Clasp is 1/4 of an inch (0.7 cm) in length by 5/8 of an inch (1.7 cm) in width. Weight of 8.8 grams (5.6 dwt).

Condition: Restrung for security. Clasp does not have a safety chain which can be added.

Story

If the universal laws were to limit each of us to one piece of jewelry the choice would be clear – a strand of natural pearls. Without any encouragement or interference from a human being a pearl is created. Most likely the first gem prized for its beauty, pearls continue to be among the most treasured personal adornment.

Now combine the elegance of the Edwardian sensibility with the luster and inner glow of a pearl and life is complete. Here a strand of eighty-five (85) natural saltwater Akoya pearls, 4.5 mm to 2.95 mm in diameter alternate with eighty (80) small natural saltwater spacer pearls and two (2) cultured pearls (from the clasp numbers 5 and 81) to create an item of jewelry perfect with any ensemble at any event or nonevent day or night. A platinum open work marquise shaped clasp accented with thirteen (13) petite rose cut diamonds completes the necklace with a flawless finish.

This necklace is accompanied by a Gemological Institute of America (GIA) certificate.

Date: Circa 1910.