Medallion opening shuttle diamond rose cut

1.330 €
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Antique pendant, shuttle-cut photo locket, in silver, rose gold and green 18Kt guilloché, with naturalistic garland-style decoration, set in its center with a diamond rose-cut navette, estimated to weigh approx. 0.15 ct. Belle Epoque, Circa 1900. Gross weight: 5.13 gHeight (with setting): 4.20 cmLength (medallion alone): 2.90 cmWidth: 2.00 cm Condition: very slight micro-scratches, slight bumps and oxidation on the gold parts, minor bumps on the metal. diamondSee photos.   The rose cut is one of the first faceted cuts in the diamonddeveloped in the 16th century. It is composed of 3 to 24 triangular facets arranged in a dome on a flat base. All our antique pendants.
  • Reference : 9121086800199
Delivery and returns

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Authentication & Certification

Charlotte Rey and Anne Borde help individuals who ask themselves a thousand questions when selling their jewelry(s). How much is it worth on the market? Is it solid gold or gold plated? How to identify stones? And, after all, what if it came from a prestigious house?

With the jewel in hand, the founders of Castafiore determine the nature of the materials, the weight of the gold, the carats of the stones, etc. They are also looking for the trace of a hallmark, a sign of a possible renowned jeweler.

This expertise then gives rise to a digital certificate of authenticity registered in the Blockchain (GoodsID), in other words traceable and unfalsifiable; it will accompany the jewel throughout its existence, over the course of its owners.



Anne Borde worked for 30 years in the world of auctioneers and auctions, notably in Drouot. She has inventoried countless collections and estates; she had thousands of objects in her hands which she examined from every angle. His sharp eye misses no nugget.

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