A stylish A metallic element which is malleable and ductile, and white in colour, making it ideal for use in jewellery. It is usually mixed with copper to improve its hardness.
pendant that was made in the 1920s. It has been set with an oval A faceted stone has small, flat-cut surfaces that make a sparkling effect on transparent stones. Facets act as both mirrors and windows. Reflecting light and channelling light into a stone where it refracts and re-emerges. A man-made material with essentially the same optical, chemical and physical properties as its natural counterpart, but completely artificial. Commonly used for calibré settings due to the colour matching possibilities. Frequently called "Balas Ruby", a term derived from Badakshan, the name of the district in Afghanistan which is said to have been the source of the finest stones in mediaeval times. Spinels are often mistaken for rubies, perhaps the most famous of these is the "Black Prince"s Ruby" in the Imperial State Crown which is actually a red spinel and the "Timur Rub... More that imitates an Aquamarine (from the Latin, “water from the sea”) is, as the name suggests, a pale green bluish to medium dark blue member of the beryl family. Due to its lovely, limpid color and its durability aquamarine has been one of the most popular gemstones from ancient times to the present day. 7.5 - 8 on the Mohs scale. The birthstone of March and 19th year ann... More. There are four marcasites set at the top and bottom and to the sides. The marcasite of jewellery is in fact iron pyrite as marcasite itself is too brittle alone for the durability required of a piece. This jewellery marcasite is sometimes called ‘fool’s gold’ given its heavily metallic appearance. Marcasite of this kind also offers a kind of iridescence, explaining its use as a more affordable diamond replacement that wi... More is iron pyrites and was used to give the impression of rose diamonds as it has a hard glint. This pendant was made in Germany in the Jewellery made in the Art Deco era (1920-1935). period and is a great look when worn as it does not look dated.
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Art Deco Silver Synthetic Spinel Pendant on Silver Chain
|Date & Origin||Art Deco (1920-1935), German|
|Measurements||Pendant from top of loop to base 4.2 cm|
From top of pendant to base 3.3 cm
Synthetic spinel 2 cm by 1.5 cm
Chain length 52 cm
|Hallmarks||Pendant 835 ( for silver )|
Chain 925 ( silver )
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