Lot 11 (Jewellery and Silver, 21st November 2017)
A single row graduated pearl necklace,
with a Georgian diamond and split pearl cluster head, later mounted as a two-row clasp. The clasp composed of a cushion cut diamond in a cut down collet at the centre, with a cushion-shaped old Swiss cut, diamond in a cut down collet at each compass point. All set in silver collets with a split pearl between in a shallow gold collet, one pearl deficient. The head later mounted to a two-row box clasp with a scalloped gallery and a single row of, graduated, barrel-shaped pearls, strung knotted to both eyelets, seventy-seven pearls, 3.1 to 4.1mm in size, damage. Pearls untested. 7.84g
Sold for £200
One split pearl deficient.
Pearls very worn and barrel shaped with loose nacre.