Neo-classical design emerges with its characteristic bow motif. Feminine and classic, it is one look which never seems to go out of style. Fluid and elegant, the necklace shown here incorporating this motif is from the Edwardian period.
Again borrowing from the seventeenth century, pink topaz joins with the bow element to create a three-piece pendant. As surmount, a .60 carat oval faceted topaz (6 by 5 by 3 mm) is set in a 14k yellow gold collet with a saw tooth perimeter.
Between the topaz gems is an open bow, set with twelve diamonds, total of .16 carats (I-J color; SI1-3 clarity) in silver-topped 14k yellow gold. The diamonds include one .05 carat old mine cut and 11 rose cut diamonds of .10 carats each.
The bottom drop is also an oval faceted pink topaz, weighing in at 4.3 carats and proportions of 12.4 by 9.8 by 5.2 mm. A fancy open work collet encircles the larger topaz.
A simple modern 14k yellow gold chain attaches to the top topaz. Perfect symmetry of form and harmony of balance define the overall structure of the delicate necklace.