Posted 3 years ago
I purchased this about 10yrs ago and left it in a box, item is hallmarked Birmingham 1978 - letter D, LW maker, but has no gold Mark. When I first purchased it I expected it was plated sterling underneath. But to my surprise when I tested it, it came as 14ct gold, I have filed the end of the earring vigorously but the item always is the same 14ct gold. I bought this at a bootfair and originally had the other earring for about 10 seconds, until I placed it in my pocket which I must of missed with the other earring. When I got home and found the pendant to be gold I went back to the field and spent hours looking for it but no luck. The farmer who owned the field even got a metal detector to help but someone must of found it, not long after I left. Length approx 2.5cm including hoop. By the way the stones are deeper red than shown in pictures, sometimes pictures don't show properly.