Comprising a necklace and a pair of ear clips, the necklace designed as a series of vine leaves
segrinato engraved set with baroque pearls, circular-cut emeralds and rose diamonds, the matching pair of ear clips of flower design, set with a baroque pearl within a surround of circular-cut emeralds,
necklace length approximately 400mm, ear clips diameter approximately 34mm, signed Buccellati, numbered, French assay marks for 18 carat gold, maker's marks, combined gross weight 222.40 grams, accompanied by a reproduction of the original drawing and a case signed Buccellati.
Necklace signed Gianmaria Buccellati and numbered N467, earrings signed Buccellati and numbered N6102. French assay marks for 18 carat gold and maker's marks. Necklace : pearls weighing a total of 463.12 grains, emeralds weighing a total of 16.90 carats, diamonds weighing a total of 4.25 carats. Earrings : pearls weighing a total of 109.44 grains, emeralds weighing a total of 5.28 carats. Overall in very good condition, combined gross weight 22.40 grams.
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