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Heart necklace in 18k yellow gold with natural colored brilliant-cut diamonds, with 14k chain


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This piece of jewelry is a handmade heart necklace in 750/-. (18K) yellow gold with a 585/-. (14K) anchor chain by Friedrich Binder. 11 diamonds with a weight of 0.541 ct. used, with the quality features Wesselton to Fancy (HZ) and Si (small inclusions).

The heart necklace comes from the St. Eligius House and was made by the goldsmith Bader in Augsburg. A corresponding certificate and hallmark is available, whereby the brown freshwater pearl necklace has been removed and replaced with the present anchor chain.

Due to a natural coloring in the growth process, the present brilliants have an intense color, which includes different shades of yellow and brown.

This goldsmith's special understanding of jewelry can be seen in the outstanding arrangement of the diamonds. Starting at the tip of the heart, he placed the white diamonds, which gradually become larger and more intense in color - creating a beautiful harmony for this piece of jewelry, which ideally combines with the soft shapes of this heart. The workmanship is of an extremely high quality.

The soft shapes also have the advantage that this piece of jewelery lies very comfortably on the skin and never causes an uncomfortable feeling, and because of the soft shapes no clothing fibers can be damaged. In combination with the diamonds set in a bezel, this pendant is ideal for everyday use and underlines this with an elegant but not obtrusive style. The shape and symbolism is timeless and can be characterized by a noble effect in every situation. The length of the chain is 45cm.

All of our jewelry is available with a certificate. The evaluation takes place under international guidelines as trained gemologists and diamond appraisers of the German Gemmological Society.

Can be delivered within Germany in 2-4 working days.

Can be delivered to Austria in 2-8 working days.

According to § 25a UStG, this article is subject to differential taxation, the VAT is not shown on the invoice.

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