A late 19th/early 20th century multi-gem set fringe necklace, designed as a row of seveteen round and oval mixed cut stones suspending fifteen stone set drops, the centre issuing chain with trefoil cluster and single stone set drop, stones include; sapphires, amethysts, garnets, aquamarines and rock crystal, the yellow metal chain with barrel clasp stamped '9ct', chain measures approx 36cm, weight approx 16.6g
Sold for £2,750
Total weight of necklace approx 16.6g, abrasion and flaws to most of the stones, some nibbles and chips, largest chip is located on the central amethyst connected to the chain, general wear to mounts and links in keeping with age but no significant visible damage, refer to images
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