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A rare and stunning garnet and amethyst memorial pendant with heavy gage chain, marked 750 (18ct, believed to be of a Dutch-European manufacturer. The large memorial pendant with centre pyrole cabochon garnet (22 x 18 mm) beaded edging with six amethyst cabochon and pearl border. With pearl and amethyst pendant loop, glass backed with hair attached to the long cable style link chain. Length is 76 centimetres, stamped 750 (18ct) total weight 104.6g.
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