Platinum, Gold, Diamond and Natural Pearl Pendant-Necklace, circa 1910. Sold for $40,625. Photo Doyle New York.
The necklace composed of pairs of delicate leaf links joined by stylized flower links, the pendant topped by one collet-set old-mine cut diamond, altogether approximately 1.75 cts., suspending a semi-baroque drop-shaped pearl approximately 14.4 x 11.36 x 10.09 mm., with diamond-set cap, circa 1910. Length 16 3/4 inches. With original fitted box signed Udall and Ballou. Estimate $20,000-30,000
With GIA report no. 2165569357 stating that the pearl is natural, saltwater.
Pearl: off-white, small bubbles, not visible to eye, small indentation at side, good nacre, medium luster. With GIA report.
Diamonds: H-I-several J-VS-SI.
Doyle New York. Important Jewelry. Thursday, December 11, 2014 at 10am