Victorian Revival Opal Pendant - 18k Yellow Gold October Birthstone 3.62ctw
This gorgeous pendant would make a fabulous gift for someone who admires jewelry from yesteryear! Fashioned in high purity 18k yellow gold, this Victorian Revival piece features an ornate frame adorned with 16 genuine opals, The center of the frame showcases an oval-cut opal with an impressive 2.84 carat weight. Set in a coronet of prongs, the opal is ported from the underside to accentuate the flashes of blue-green and sunset-orange fire that rise from the depths of the stone. Twelve round-cut opal accents border the frame’s scalloped perimeter, while smaller opal accents enhance three tiny pendants dangling from the bottom of the frame one. The back of the frame includes an 18k gold purity stamp, a maker’s mark, and two hidden bails that allow the pendant to be placed on a chain.
Metal Content: Guaranteed 18k Gold as stamped
Stone Information: 3.62ctw
Measurements: 2 7/16" (61.7mm) tall, 1 7/32" (30.8mm) wide
The hidden bails will accommodate up to a 3.1mm chain.
Weight: 12 Grams
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