1930's Rough Cut 24" Natural Diamond Necklace
This little piece of bling is ready for a new forever home! It's all in the details. The links are hand twisted with a double loop between each natural diamond. Extremely sturdy and unique with the perfect amount of shine. Each of the (99) ninety-nine diamonds are drilled and suspended evenly and range from yellow-green in color to fancy yellow. They vary in size, but seem to have the two largest front and center measuring approx. 5mm. The other diamonds are an approx. 3mm-4mm and the total weight of the diamonds is approx. 10.00cts. The chain is sterling silver with an 18k yellow gold plate that is in excellent condition. NO loss of color or chipping to metal work and the spring ring closure is solid 18k yellow gold. This beauty originally from England, belonged to a lovely lady named Clare. It made it's way over the ocean to me here in Texas. Let's see if we can find someone for it to love. I photographed against different colored backgrounds so that you can get a good grasp of the varying diamond colors. This particular item is selling for close to appraisal value as it is extremely unique and well crafted from a by gone era. Thank you for taking time to browse the details.
* 18k Yellow Gold Spring Ring Closure (stamped & tested)
* 18k Yellow Gold Plated Sterling Links (tested - NOT solid gold)
* Natural Rough Cut Diamonds approx. 10.00cts.
* 24" in length
* NO Maker's Mark
* 5.4 grams
* c. 1930's-40's
* Appraisal Value is $550 (Original Included)