Silver Stockbroker Pass, Aquamarine and Repoussé Gold Necklace
Indulge in the wonder of our 18ct gold necklace, a true testament to craftsmanship and history. This exquisite necklace is made from three rows of repoussé tubes, creating a captivating texture and design. At each end of the necklace, soft triangles of aquamarine are nestled in repoussé gold surrounds, adding a touch of colour and elegance to the piece. From a point of each triangle, a hook is suspended, from which a gorgeous repoussé gold pendant hangs. What makes this necklace truly unique is the presence of a William IV silver Stockbroker Pass to the Royal Exchange, dating back to circa 1835. This pass, made by Benjamin Wyon for Daniel Mitchell Davidson, adds historical significance and individuality to the necklace. With a length of 455mm/18 inches, this necklace is not just jewellery; it's a piece of history, a symbol of craftsmanship, and a celebration of uniqueness. Embrace the beauty, history, and craftsmanship of this extraordinary piece, and let it adorn your style with grace and elegance.
- 2 triangles of Aquamarine (78.16cts in total)
- 1 William IV silver Stockbroker Pass (circa. 1823)
- 3 rows of 18ct repoussé gold tubes
- 18ct yellow gold
- Approximately 455mm/18 inches in length
Piece code: 25583