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Victorian Etruscan Revival Locket

$1,495.00
Est. Arrival: Jun 04 - Jun 07
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COLOR yellow gold
CONDITION Very Good; patina
DIMENSIONS 2.5" L x 1.25" W
ERA Antique: 1900-1910
MADE OF 14K gold/seed pearls
SKU 77526185
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jun 04 - Jun 07
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
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Hailing from Melbourne Australia, Los Angeles based Sophie Jane Jewelry offers a superb collection of fine estate jewelry and pre-owned luxury items. The same passion for travel and antiques that ignited her mind as a child continues today. Carefully curated items from the Victorian and Art Deco eras to the 1960s and beyond highlight a collection that is diverse, fresh and ever changing.
Why we love this
Victorian Etruscan revival 14K yellow gold locket. Five 1.5mm seed pearls are set into the mount. Weight: 13.8 grams. Size: 2.5"L (including the bail) x 1.25"W. Not hallmarked though it has tested positive for 14K gold. Please note: there is a slight color variance between the pearls from wear and age. Original patina.
About the Seller
Hailing from Melbourne Australia, Los Angeles based Sophie Jane Jewelry offers a superb collection of fine estate jewelry and pre-owned luxury items. The same passion for travel and antiques that ignited her mind as a child continues today. Carefully curated items from the Victorian and Art Deco eras to the 1960s and beyond highlight a collection that is diverse, fresh and ever changing.
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