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Victorian red gold antique earrings with half seed pearls and blue paste

Antique jewelry object group: earrings
Country of origin: Although it does not carry any legible control marks we believe it is of Belgian origin.
Style: Victorian - (styles overview)
Period: ca. 1880 (events and facts in 1880)
Material: 18K red gold - (precious metals)
Precious stones: 24 half stone pearls Two blue paste or strass stones - (precious stones)
Birthstones: Sapphire is the birthstone (or month stone) for September and pearl for June. - (general birthstones explanation)
Hallmarks: No trace. - (general hallmarks info)
Condition: good condition - (our condition scale)
Dimensions: Height 1.44 cm (0.57 inch)
Weight: 1.60 gram (1.03 dwt)

ReferenceNº: 08310-1917

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Victorian red gold antique earrings with half seed pearls and blue paste
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