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Although the word “rivière” is French for river, the concept and label have been usurped by the world of jewelry. It is typically employed in the description of a necklace strung with the same or similar gemstones individually set in collets. This Edwardian example boasts sixteen beautiful sky blue faceted pastes set open back in individual silver collets. Interspersed among each of the blue pastes are sixteen clusters of four petal white paste flowerheads set closed back in silver. Draping sensuously around the neck, a hidden tongue and groove clasp ensures security when worn.

Date: Circa 1910.

Item 14616

Flowing River: Edwardian Silver Rivière

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Measurements: 15-7/8 inches (40.3 cm) when worn by 5/16 of an inch (0.9 cm) in width. Weight of 24.2 grams (15.46 dwt).

Condition: Excellent.

Story

Although the word “rivière” is French for river, the concept and label have been usurped by the world of jewelry. It is typically employed in the description of a necklace strung with the same or similar gemstones individually set in collets. This Edwardian example boasts sixteen beautiful sky blue faceted pastes set open back in individual silver collets. Interspersed among each of the blue pastes are sixteen clusters of four petal white paste flowerheads set closed back in silver. Draping sensuously around the neck, a hidden tongue and groove clasp ensures security when worn.

Date: Circa 1910.