The ‘pendeloque’ earring, developed around the 1770s, is composed of a round or oval-shaped top suspending a matching larger drop surmounted by a delicate bow. This popular type of earring was longer and lighter than the ‘girandole’ motif, which rendered it more complimentary to the fashionably high coiffures and extravagant wigs worn during the latter half of the century.
These stunning pair of authentic Georgian pendeloque earrings are a spectacular wearable piece of art. Hardly found in the market of this type, they really express the fashion in vogue during the last quarter of the 18th century in the wealthy society.
Glorious all untouched Georgian workmanship, totally 19KT gold with a silver top over whelmed by Diamonds of the best quality, white and so clear, boasting the finest workmanship ever for that period.
The star of these beauties are a couple of Dutch Rose Cut Diamonds of exceptional fine quality, deep, superior pear cut, excellent clarity grade, white and so clear full of lively sparkle.
Hard to say the exact weight being close back but having the same size of 3.60 Carat for both Diamonds being conservative, framed by more Diamonds in a way to look even bigger than that size. All over the exceptional design are set 266 Diamonds for 8.0 full carats set, again stunning in white, superb quality obtaining the best of result. Rare find, great treasure to get hold of. Nearly 12.00 Carats of Diamonds!