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Grey South See Pearl Necklace, with Victorian brooch pin as clasp

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Victorian and Edwardian Jewelry682 of 708What period is this brooch/pendant?Vintage Victorian style bracelet with rose cut diamonds
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Posted 7 years ago


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This juwel adventure began for me with this Victorian gold brooch with various rose cut diamonds set in silver. On advice of a antique juweler the brooch it is now often used by me as a lock in my silver grey South See pearl necklace. This very good expert made this possible by adjusting two little rows at the backsite of the brooch and in one fitch a special preparated bead of the necklace. This "treatment" of the necklace and pearls made it possible to wear the brooch and also use it also as a locket for this pearl necklace. This changing without damaging the brooch was possible by a modern laser method. I like very much these two different ways of wearing and show to you how to used your antique juwels nowadays. I can also wear the pearls without the brooch locket and use the for this purpose special preparated pearl bead as locket. So there are a lot of possibilities with these two very nice juwels !

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  1. Agram.m Agram.m, 5 years ago
    This grey pearl necklace was bought as South sea pearls. But that's all I know about them. Can anyone give a clue how to know the origin??

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