Featured is a finely crafted pendant brooch combination made of solid 14kt white gold back in the 1930s. It appeared to us to resemble the sun in some way with its radial design and sparkle and fire from the diamond’s. It certainly isn’t the same golden color as the sun yet it certainly sparkles with fire and brilliance all the same. The center diamond is in a 6-prong setting and is an old mine cut graded H in color and I1 in clarity due to the small chip on its girdle. It weighs about .35 carats. Radiating around the center are 24 single cut diamonds in 6-prong settings. Their average color grade is H-I and their clarity grade is SI1-SI2 with a total diamond weight of .80 carats. The pendant weighs 10.9 grams and its length with the bale measures 1 5/8” and its diameter measures 1 3/8”. It’s beautiful Art Nouveau piece and in excellent condition.
Material info: Solid 14kt (585) White Gold
Total Gram Weight: 10.9 Grams
Center Diamond Information: 1 Old Mine Cut 6-Prong Set Natural Diamond
Cut: Old Mine Cut
Clarity: I1 (small chip on girdle)
Carat Weight: Approximately .35 Carat
Diamond Mounting Information: 24 Single Cut 6-Prong Set Natural Diamonds
Color: H - I
Cut: Single Cut
Clarity: SI1 - SI2
Carat Weight: Approximately .80ctw
Carat Total Weight: Approximately 1.15ctw
Pendant Length with Bale: 1 5/8"
Pendant Diameter: 1 3/8"
Estimated Retail: $6,750.00
Stock #: MTC018