1860s French 14k and Sterling Garland Necklace in Pink Gold
Nature has continued to be a major theme, thanks to the influence of the Art Nouveau movement and the tastes of Queen Alexandra, King Edward’s wife. In fact, flowing and floral garland motifs were so popular that the Edwardian period is sometimes called the “garland era.”
This earlier piece features 14k pink gold, sterling, as well as stunning flower details throughout. A substantial weight, this necklace lays perfectly on the neck, adding a sophisticated statement to any night look, and even more special addition to any collection.
Materials and Features: 14k pink gold, pearl
Marks: French hallmarked.
Condition: Excellent condition.
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