Your pert pet accompanies you on life's journey.
In platinum and gold, dotted with natural emeralds and diamonds, this perhaps depicts a Pekingese or small spaniel such as a King Charles.
From the former firm of Sidersky & Sons, of Johannesburg, South Africa, this jewel may be worn as a pendant or brooch.
Realistically sculpted in 18k gold, he or she even sports a diamond-studded collar. With diamond eyes and platinum-covered paws; it rests upon a regal plinth of emeralds.
Seven baguette natural emeralds
Total .14 carats
Six single-cut diamonds
total of .08 carats
Color G-H, clarity VS
Historical Note: Sidersky & Sons of Johannesburg existed until 1906, founded in 1902. Notable and famed, their "Flame Lily" brooch" of diamonds was created for Queen Elizabeth II in 1947, and another for the Queen Mother. Adolph, the father, and Max the son, were known for their superior and meticulous quality and craftsmanship. *
*Thanks to SA Goldsmith Blogspot for much of this information.