If I had an infinite jewelry budget, I think one of my biggest struggles would be to make sure that I didn’t own a thousand different pieces that looked exactly like this:
I jest. With an infinite budget, there is no reason for restraint. Especially when it comes to things that are this pretty. I gasped out loud when I saw it. It is basically my idea of perfection.
Made in the 1920’s-1930’s, this Art Deco pendant is primarily made up of delicate white gold and platinum filigree. The center of the pendant features an old mine .25ct diamond set deeply into a hexogonal mount, flanked on the north and south by small diamonds set in diamond shaped collets.
Even the chain, which is 19 inches long and original to the piece, is beautiful.
This necklace is for sale at Glorious Antique Jewelry, listing available via 1stdibs. Thanks to Glorious and 1stdibs for the images and info.