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 platinum diamond and seed pearl pendant necklace. The open work, pear shape pendant features a collet set, pear shape, light yellow diamond, that weighs approximately 2.60 carats total. Small Old Mine cut diamonds surround the center stone. They weigh approximately 2.00 carats total. Small seed pearls frame the diamonds, and are set within a fine, 17-inch chain.
Platinum diamond Edwardian bow brooch. The large open work bow pave set with 490 European and single cut diamonds weighing approximately 20.00+ carats total. French stamp. Circa 1900’s.