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A truly ravishing pair of late Georgian/early Victorian garnet cluster and seed pearl drop earrings, dating from 1835, in fantastic condition. These early-to-mid-nineteenth century earrings are masterfully handcrafted in 18ct yellow gold, with a graceful and opulent baroque design accented with colourful rosettes of vibrant burgundy garnets. The rose cut garnets set in an oval cluster with a seed pearl halo and single garnet centre. They still retain their original, detachable heads with leaver back hook fittings - a rare find indeed. 


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MEASUREMENT –  60mm L (total)
Heads -20mm L x 10mm W
Bottom - 45mm L x  19mm W


MATERIALS – 18ct Gold/ Garnets/ Seed Pearls


WEIGHT – 9.5g 


HALLMARK – None, but tested throughout using a touchstone as 18ct gold.


CONDITION - Overall very good condition for their age. The gold work is in excellent order, with only minor damage to one of the heads which has been skilfully repaired. The stones remain securely set and original to piece. The leaver backs open and firmly close.

Late Georgian 18ct Gold Garnet Cluster and Seed Pearl Drop Earrings, Circa 1835

  • 60mm L (total)
    Heads -20mm L x 10mm W
    Bottom - 45mm L x  19mm W



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