AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830
AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830
AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830
AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830
AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830
AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830
AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830
AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830
AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830
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From a Private Collection

AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830

Estimate: 3,000 - 5,000 CHF

From a Private Collection

AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830

Estimate: 3,000 - 5,000 CHF
Lot sold:3,528CHF
(5 bids, reserve met)

Description

From a Private Collection

AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830


Designed as a series of oval amethysts suspending pendants designed as bunches of grapes, the central amethyst and the clasp supporting detachable pendants similarly-set, French assay mark for 18 carat gold and maker's mark. 


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Condition Report

French assay mark for 18 carat gold, ram's head hallmark used between 16 August 1819 to 9 May 1838. French maker's mark, probably for Philippe-Jules Pinard, registered on 1st February 1826, 6 rue de Venise, Paris. Amethysts well matched; larger ones of medium strong saturation, smaller amethysts lighter in tone. Pendant hooks for the two pear-shaped pendants later replaced, solder marks at the back of the clasp link. In good condition. Gross weight approximately 49 grams.


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AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830
From a Private Collection
AMETHYST AND GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1830
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