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Posted 4 years ago

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Agram.m
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Again one of my favourite jewels. A rose gold 14 K (marked 585 European hallmark for 14k) little pendant with seedpearls and almandine Garnets on a very lovely chain. The drop is also a beautyful pink colored Almandine Garnet. I love this pink colour of old Garnets. I think it is Victorian? Am I right?

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  1. Kitty Kitty, 4 years ago
    Hi,
    It is a pretty lavaliere!! I have some pieces very similar to this in my shop. I would say it is around 1900 to 1910 a bit hard to pinpoint an exact date unless it is hallmarked but all the lavalieres I have ever had have been marked '9ct' rather than a full set of hallmarks with a date mark. If it was 1900 to 1901 it would be Victorian : ) and if it was 1902 to 1910 it would be Edwardian : ) Either way it is delightful!! Kitty
  2. Agram.m Agram.m, 4 years ago
    Thanks again Kitty, only one remark on your comment. This pendant has the hallmark 585 and ND. 585 which means in my country 14K gold and I suppose ND is the mark from the maker don't you think so?
  3. Kitty Kitty, 4 years ago
    I would say so : ) The english lavalieres I have tend to be marked just with the gold standard and the makers marks initials. Just one other thing if the stones are a ruby pink colour they could be pink tourmaline or rubellite rather than garnet as this was a very pretty gemstone used in this kind of jewelry around the turn of the century : )
  4. Agram.m Agram.m, 4 years ago
    Thanks Kitty again a new view on this subject. When I got this the seller said it were Amandine garnets but you are right of course it could be also tourmaline or rubellite. Thanks again for your help and knowledge.
  5. elizabethsestatefinds4you elizabethsestatefinds4you, 4 years ago
    I'm guessing Victorian here.....
    What's the answer? I'm dying to know! :D
  6. Agram.m Agram.m, 4 years ago
    Hoi Elizabethestatefinds4you, I still not know for sure. But I see that we have a lot of common in case of taste of antique juwelry. Thanks for your attention!
  7. Luisa Luisa, 2 years ago
    I vote Victorian! I have similar styled pieces from that era, very reminiscent of your piece here. Absolutely stunning!!!
  8. Agram.m Agram.m, 2 years ago
    bratjdd and Luisa, thanks for loving and comment!
  9. Agram.m Agram.m, 2 years ago
    Thanks Manikin for loving.

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