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Victorian Diamond and Enamel Cluster Necklace
ABOUT THIS NECKLACE
Dating back to the latter-19th century (c.1875), this breathtaking antique jewel, if not of French origin, is most likely from Great Britain in the style of. A sparkling cluster of 21 brilliant white old mine-cut diamonds, together weighing 4.75 carats, is encircled and held by textured fleur-de-lys and glossy black enamel prongs, with a pair of tiny table-cut diamonds leading the way to the original rope style chain. A rare and ravishing, eminently wearable dazzler. The centerpiece measures 7/8 inch diameter. Hand fabricated in 18K yellow gold, 9ct. 17-inch-long chain (with extensions).