A lovely little antique Victorian gold gilt pendant with a Joshua Reynolds style portrait of a beautiful 18th century lady, hand painted on porcelain, it comes complete with the chain.
The miniature portrait is set into in a gilt (gold plated sterling silver) mount that has a shield shaped cut out and a chased line and dot floral pattern on the front with the back embossed in a decorative scroll flourish and shield design so you can wear it either side facing.
We have added a new gold plated sterling silver chain, our chains are made in Italy, they are high quality and fully hallmarked. A charming and unusual Victorian pendant and ready to wear right out of the box!
MATERIALS: gold plated sterling silver, porcelain
DATE: Victorian circa 1880
MEASUREMENTS: pendant 7/8" (2cm) diameter, chain 18" (45cm)
WEIGHT: 6.5 grams
CONDITION: good condition with minor surface wear, a couple of tiny dings on the back and light tarnish as expected in an antique piece, please see the photos.
At Mercy Madge we offer a carefully curated collection of antique and vintage jewellery. Each piece is hand selected with you in mind and we rarely come across two identical old treasures, once they are gone, they are truly gone!
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