With a nod to the elegantly designed, lacy jewels from the Edwardian-era, this romantic heart pendant was likely made in the mid 20th century. An openwork heart proudly displays a Fleur-de-lis, symbolizing purity and love. Ablaze with with 3.15 carats in glittering diamonds and .54 total carats of glowing green tsavorites, the heart dangles below a locking bail lined with a trio of vibrant rubies a sparkling diamond. Expertly crafted in 18k white gold and finished with migrain detailing, this beauty measures 1 13/16" long.
Measurements: 1 13/16" including bail, 1 3/16" wide, 9/16" deep
Diamonds: estimated 3.15 total carats of brilliant, transitional and single-cut diamonds. The two diamonds below the tips of the Fleur-de-lis are .30 ct each with U-V range in color and I1 clarity. Remaining diamonds are SI2 - I1 range in clarity with I-J-K-L range in color.
Tsavorite: estimated .54 total carats
Ruby: estimated .16 total carts
Weight: pendant 18.8 grams
Chain: 1.8 grams, 14k white gold, 16.5"
Symbolism: Fleur-de-lys in French, means "lily flower". The lily is a symbol of purity. For centuries the fleur-de-lys was a symbol of French royalty.