Substantial and resplendent, this 14k rose gold sculptural fleur de lis pendant makes a lasting impression.
Dating to circa 1935, and the end of the Art Deco era with the transition to the Retro years, its curvaceous lines and high polished surfaced gleam in the light.
A band of white gold serves as the backdrop for 6 diamonds with a total of one quarter (.25 carats) in weight (color I-L, clarity SI1-I1).
From the reverse, you can see that is partially hollow in construction but with thick walls of 14k rose gold. This was likely converted from a brooch to a pendant with only very faint traces of any change as seen on the back.