Story

In the 18th and 19th centuries the popular pansy flower motif was used to convey the sentiment of “thinking of you”. It was most often depicted in a jewelry form with five petals of two of the same gemstones adjacent to the other and a different type for the other three petals.

This 18k yellow gold Georgian piece employs a faceted pair of citrines and a trio of amethysts in teardrop shape each set in a hand made collet accented with a series of golden tiny orbs. In addition, please note the delicate saw tooth perimeter on the top of each collet for the radiant pendant. A later 14k yellow gold bale allows this to be worn on a chain.

Date: Circa 1820.

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Item 15435

Georgian Symbolic Gem Pendant

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Measurements: 15/16 of an inch (2.3 cm) in length including bale by 15/16 of an inch (2.3 cm) in width. Weight of 2.4 grams (1.6 dwt).

Condition: Excellent; modern pendant fitting.

Origin: English.

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Story

In the 18th and 19th centuries the popular pansy flower motif was used to convey the sentiment of “thinking of you”. It was most often depicted in a jewelry form with five petals of two of the same gemstones adjacent to the other and a different type for the other three petals.

This 18k yellow gold Georgian piece employs a faceted pair of citrines and a trio of amethysts in teardrop shape each set in a hand made collet accented with a series of golden tiny orbs. In addition, please note the delicate saw tooth perimeter on the top of each collet for the radiant pendant. A later 14k yellow gold bale allows this to be worn on a chain.

Date: Circa 1820.

Ask about our matching chains!

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