Another Edwardian piece, but I don’t think you can really have too many from this era. A rather unusual shield shape is set with diamonds and seed pearls. Pike Place, Seattle seller Isadora’s Antique Jewelry describes it as, “Circa 1900. This stunning platinum and 18KT gold necklace features an array of old European-cut, single-cut, and rose-cuts diamonds weighing approximately .80 carats total, accented with seed pearls and set against a black satin background. The pendant, nestled in its original box, is suspended from a platinum fancy link chain, and can also be worn as a brooch.”
This sells for USD$8,300.