This pendant was made in 18 carat (750/-.) white gold and holds a very large South Sea pearl with a diameter of 15.59mm in the center. The luster of this pearl is very strong and noble and the pearl has no superficial naturals and fractures. The color is also of high quality and shows a timeless and strong white tone. The size of the pearl is a particular rarity.
In addition, brilliant-cut diamonds weighing 1.715 carats (the corresponding hallmark is on the piece of jewelry) in the quality Top Wesselton (G/Fine White) and VS-Si (very small to small inclusions) were used.
The pendant is characterized by an incredibly elaborate workmanship. The pearl was set in the middle and is covered and supported by complex gold structures. These structures are all set flush with numerous brilliant-cut diamonds; some heart shapes can be seen.
On the underside of the pendant, a delicate butterfly, which is movably connected to the pendant, represents an unusual perfection. A navette shape is also movably connected to the butterfly.
By setting the entire pendant flush with diamonds, a very strong and dominant surface effect is revealed, consisting of the dominant brilliance of the diamonds. This effect is maximized by the subtle movements when wearing it.
The pearl radiates its luster elegantly and effectively and is a special eye-catcher due to its very rare size.
The pendant has a high-quality brooch on the back, which means this pendant can also be worn as a brooch without a chain.
The pendant has a length of 66.6mm and a width of 32.8mm , the total weight is 18.08 grams . There is also an anchor chain in 18 carat white gold, which is 45cm long and has an intermediate eyelet at 42cm .
All our jewelry is available with a certificate . The evaluation is carried out under international guidelines as trained gemologists and diamond appraisers from the German gemmological society.
This item is subject to differential taxation in accordance with Section 25a UStG; VAT is not shown on the invoice.
Our jewelry is only shipped insured. There is no transport risk for you.