Edwardian Pearl and Diamond Cross Pendant

  • This Edwardian-era cross pendant is encrusted by approximately 1.00 carat of diamonds
  • Two natural white pearls punctuate the silver and gold design
  • The Edwardian era is renowned for producing jewelry that marries modern styles with classic motifs
  • This rare, antique cross pendant embodies the design of the age
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Item No. 31-5017

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The classic cross-shaped design of this Edwardian-era pendant is illuminated by an array of white diamonds totaling approximately 1.00 carat. Two natural white pearls punctuate the pendant, which is crafted of silver and gold.

Edwardian jewelry design (so-named for King Edward VII) emerged on the tail end of la Belle Époque, and these delicate pieces truly epitomize the "beautiful age" in which they were born. Jewelers borrowed the graceful, fluid lines of the Art Nouveau and married them to traditional motifs such as the cross. The present piece is a stunning representation of this highly coveted, antique style.

Pendant: 2 1/4" length x 1 1/2" wide
Edwardian Pearl and Diamond Cross Pendant
Period: 20th Century
Origin: England
Type: Pendants
Style: Edwardian

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