Lot 24 (Jewellery, 8th April 2018)
Sold for £280
Slight scratches to the front.
Plain to the reverse, heavily scratched.
Both locket sections empty.
The diamond is of a good white colour.
No inclusions visible to the naked eye.
Small black inclusions visible under magnification.
EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ENAMEL AND DIAMOND LOCKET of octagonal form, with machined blue enamel and a single central round diamond, 20mm across, unmarked, 5.5g
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