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What a delicate Edwardian aquamarine and natural pearl necklet we have in. We love the use of pearls and aquamarines in this very romantic setting, including the half moon links in gold, giving this necklace a lunar goddess feel.

Circa: 1910
Design Period: Edwardian
Gemstones: Aquamarine and Natural Pearl
Cut: Round and Pear Shape
Colour: Very Light Blue
Measurements: 5 Round Aquamarine = 5.50 mm and 6.50 mm
Pear Shape Aquamarine = 12.00 x 5.50 mm
Material: 9ct Yellow Gold
Accompanied by and Ian Abeshouse Valuation

Art Nouveau (1880 - 1910):
Beginning in France in the late 1800s, this was more of a movement than an era. It was an artistic protest against the industrial age which spread throughout Europe and the United States. The Art Nouveau Period saw a return to nature with intricately detailed pieces of jewellery being made in gold and silver with a wide range of coloured gemstones. The female form was made to look ethereal and enamelling techniques became very popular, being used in ways that had never been seen before.