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A fabulous and rare Georgian 14ct gold rose-cut diamond and enamel monocle fob, pendant dating from circa 1830. The outer casing is adorned with a central 6 point star-like motif set with small rose cut diamonds, this is mirrored on both sides. The background is a delightful burgundy red enamel around which a further white enamel dotted boarder sits. There is further green enamel  detail to the swivel housing making this a green, white and red/puprle enamel piece (suffragette). The monocle itself appears to be original and has a magnification of approx 3-5x. A totally unique and playful piece ideal for adorning to any chain or neckmess.


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DIMENSIONS - 25mm (inc. bale) L x 12mm W


MATERIALS - 14ct gold/ diamond/ enamel


HALLMARK - Unmarked not unusual for the period, tested throughout as 14ct gold using a touchstone.


WEIGHT - 3.6g


CONDITION - Very good, surface scratches and wear commensurate with age. There have been no alterations or additions to the fob, the lens appears to be original and opens and closes securely.

Georgian Rose Cut Diamond and Enamel Monocle Fob Pendant, Circa 1830

  • 25mm (inc. bale) L x 12mm W



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