Victorian 14k Tassel Pendant Circa 1870
Traditionally, a tassel is defined as a hanging ornament usually in the form of threads suspending from cord. Jewelers have long interpreted tassels in a myriad of ways using a wide variety of materials. The popularity of tassels in jewelry can be seen down through the ages - beaded, braided, and made from popular motifs of the era. Tassels are infinitely articulated and lend movement and sensuality to jewelry.
This gorgeous example comes in form of a pendant, making a sensual addition to any chain or charm stack. Weighing in at 6.1 grams, this stunning pendant adds elegance to any look, day or night.
Materials and Features: 14k gold
Age/Origin: Victorian, American, c.1870
Measurements: 6.1 grams
Condition: Excellent condition.
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