• SOLD Edwardian Silver Guilloché Red Enamel Locket & Chain


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    A beautiful locket and matching chain from the Edwardian period, c1915. The locket is made from 800 silver, marked on the bale, and has wonderful red guilloché enamel to the front with little flashes of gold. This enamel is also present on the back and in fact, as there is no gold on the back, you can see clearly the beautiful work that the guilloché technique produces. The locket opens to reveal two removable frames for photos to be placed behind. The inside is gilded to give it a gold appearance. The locket still hangs on its original chain, also silver, with little red guilloché enamel spacers.

    Wonderful to find the two pieces still together and in good condition.


    Materials - 800 Silver, Guilloché Enamel

    Age - C1915

    Size - Locket measures approx 23mm in diameter

            Chain measures approx 22 1/2" long

    Condition - Very good. Some little bangs to the enamel spacers on the chain, but very little actual loss to the enamel. A tiny chip to the bottom of the locket near the hinge, but no actual enamel loss. Can only be seen in certain lights.

    Weight - 19.23g