ANTIQUE SUFFRAGETTE DIAMOND PENDANT SYBIL THOMAS VISCOUNTESS RHONDDA
This fabulous late Victorian Old Cut Diamond pendant has come into our hands, it really is something special.
Set in fabulous 18ct yellow gold and silver.
Steeped in English history, purchased in London.
This pendant is adorned with over 2ct of Old Cut Diamonds, and Diamonds set into the loop.
Sybil Margaret Thomas, Viscountess Rhondda, was a British suffragette, feminist and philanthropist. In the 1890’s Sybil became president of the Welsh Union of Women’s Liberal Associations, which was strongly feminist and pro-female suffrage.
Belonging too Anne Eliza Fell wife of George Augustus Haig, on the reverse of the pendant it is engraved … ‘Anne Eliza Fell Wife of G A Haig Penithon Born 31.5.1822 Died 9.4.1894’
This pendant has been hand painted under crystal, it really is a remarkable pendant.
The Diamonds around the pendant are exceptional Old Cushion Cut Diamonds, they are SI 1 H Colour.
Diamonds sparkle continuously and beautifully captivating the allure of natures beauty.
Diamond is the hardest mineral on Earth and this combined with its exceptional lustre and brilliant fire has made it the most highly prized of all gems.
Old Cut Diamonds are known to Dance by Candle light
A highly prized piece of history for sale. A true collectors piece.
It weighs 14.5 grams
It measures 47mm in length including the bale
or 37mm without the bale x 35mm across
We recommend you insure for £6000
We can supply a valuation on completion of the sale.
In excellent condition all round.
ITEM NUMBER 6375