Description & Technical information

To the front an articulated cartouche panel with inverted pear cluster to centre and foliate wings either side, below an inverted triangular cluster surmount, flanked by forget-me-not and foliate swags from a circle and bow-tie baton links, millegrain set throughout with rose cut, single cut, transition and pear brilliant cuts, mounted in platinum, upon a chain back, fitted case with stamp for retailer 'London & Ryder, 17 New Bond Street, London W'.

London & Ryder trading c.1861-1929. Described themselves as, 'many years principal assistants to C F Hancock', took over the premises and business of Thomas Hancock at 17 Bond Street and continued to trade there until c.1929 when they were taken over by Finnigans Ltd of 18 New Bond street.

Length along diamond front section10cm / 4''
Height 5.8cm / 2¼''

Weight: 17g

Date:  c.1905
Period:  Early 20th century
Medium: Diamond
Dimensions: 10 x 5.8 cm (3⁷/₈ x 2¹/₄ inches)
Categories: Jewellery