We have an extensive collection of vintage jewelry from the Edwardian era, spanning from 1901 to about 1920. This period is well known for filigree techniques using gold, platinum, and other precious metals. Pearls and diamonds are commonly seen in Edwardian era engagement rings, bracelets, and other pieces.
Edwardian 14k enamel and diamond hair pin. The double pin style decorated with a white and pink enamel pansy set with one small old mine cut diamond.
The pin measuring 4.5 inches and 5 dwts
Edwardian platinum pearl and diamond necklace. The garland motif necklace is set with 10 natural pearls measuring 3.5- 6 mm and 18 old mine cut diamonds weighing approximately 25/100 carat total. The necklace is 17 inches long.
Edwardian 14k yellow gold citrine and pearl necklace. The garland motif necklace features oval, and pearl shape citrines, and 3 small seed pearls. The necklace is finished with fine wire, and bead work, and measures 16-inches in length. Circa 1900s