A classical jewelry style which emerged during the Georgian years of 1790 to 1810 was inspired by the Greek and Roman motif of the garland. With the rise of the Edwardian Age of Elegance came a resurgence of these motifs.
With 1.44 carats of divine antique diamonds, this platinum topped 14k yellow gold necklace remains as wearable today as it was over 100 years ago.
Utilizing trails of diamond-set leaves, these are interspersed with dots of larger diamonds. In a V shape, the bottom also features an old European cut diamond of .40 carats.
All articulated construction for symmetrical and naturalistic design it holds a balance of delicacy to gleaming diamonds. With a later platinum chain, the clarity of the old European cuts is VS2-SI2 and their color is G-H.