Description & Technical information

Formerly part of the Bathurst Jewels, of Latin form, each arm set with an elongated fancy-shaped topaz with a square cut to the centre, cushion and single cut diamond line border around the rim and criss-crossing around the central stone, similarly diamond set to the front of the suspension loop, partially closed-set, mounted in silver and gold.

Length including loop 10.3cm / 4 1/8''
Weight: 33g

Date:  1800
Period:  Early 19th century
Medium: Golden topaz, Diamond
Provenance: By family tradition, left by H.R.H. The Princess Amelia (1783-1810), daughter of George III, to her Lady in Waiting The Hon. Mrs George Villiers (1775-1856) and by descent to her great granddaughter Lilias Borthwick, later Countess Bathurst (1871-1965) and by descent in the Bathurst family.

Categories: Jewellery