C.1870-1880. A stunning Victorian agate and pearl Scottish pendant: a magnificent example of Scottish jewelry mastery that is so wearable. The pendant/brooch shows a beautiful combination of moss agate, bloodstone and red jasper. The center is a highly coveted River Tay pearl. River Tay is the longest river in Scotland, and well-preserved River Tay pearl jewelry is highly sought after. The bale has a distinctive Celtic knot motif engraving. With its smart mechanism, the bale comes off easily, and the pendant can be worn as a brooch. (the loop for the bale drops down when the bale is taken off.) Set in 15k gold.
Total Drop: Approximately 2.45" (including the bale)
In Excellent Condition.