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Antique Madeira Citrine and Pearl Necklace

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90-1-11440

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ABOUT THIS NECKLACE

In this distinctively crafted necklace, circa 1900, a gleaming deep orange Madeira citrine (the name derived from the Portuguese wine produced in the Madeira Islands) is the focal point of an artful array of pearls. Five tiny seed pearls form a lustrous crescent beneath the firey stone, while three freshwater feather pearls dance freely below. Hand fabricated in 14K yellow gold. The chain measures 15 1/4 inches.

Details

Materials:
14 Karat Yellow Gold
Length:
1 1/4 Inch
Width:
11/16 Inch
Chain Length:
15 1/4 Inch
Gram Weight:
3.8 Grams
Period:
Art Nouveau
Center Citrine details
Cut/Shape:
Round Cut
Color:
Yellowish Orange
Carat Weight:
0.80 carat Because mountings prohibit full and accurate observation of gem quality and weight, all data pertaining to mounted gems can be considered as approximate unless accompanied by an independent laboratory certificate (AGL, EGL, GIA). Unless otherwise stated, all colored stones and pearls are assumed to be subject to a relatively stable and possibly undetected color and/or clarity enhancement.
Measurements:
5.80 x 5.90 x 4.20 mm
Center Freshwater Pearl details
Shape:
Feather
Measurements:
10.50-12.30 mm
Color:
White To Light Cream
Additional Details Additional Gem Details

5 Seed Pearls

Shape:
Half, Round
Measurements:
1.70-2.00 mm
Color:
Light Cream To Light Grey
Total Colored Gemstone Carat Weight:
0.80

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