A superb Georgian 15 karat rose, green and yellow gold chalcedony Maltese cross pendant circa 1830. The square shaped chyrosprase is surrounded by a split pearl cluster with vari-shade foliate detailing in 15 karat rose, green and yellow gold. The chalcedony cross surrounds this central cluster. A vacant glazed panel is placed at the back of the cluster, all suspended from a later (Early 20th Century) trace chain, stamped ’15ct’. This is a superb example from the late Georgian era and in immaculate condition.
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MEASUREMENTS – Length of pendant 53mm (diameter)
Length of chain 45cm
MATERIALS – 15 Karat rose, green and gold/Chalcedony/Chrysoprase/Pearl
WEIGHT – 20.2g