Gold, turquoise and enamel pendant “Rosalind”


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Sublime pendant of the nineteenth century in 18 carat gold formed by an oval pattern surrounded by enamel of openwork triangular patterns and a central openwork pattern set with 11 small turquoise cabochons of round shape. A piece of character in Byzantine style and colors between the green of the forest and the blue of the sea.
Length without ram: 3.5cm
Width: 2.3cm
Weight: 6.99g
Eagle hallmark
This unique piece had a previous life in France.
The story: The Byzantine style in jewelry reflects a rich fusion of cultural influences from the Byzantine Empire, spanning from the 4th to the 15th century. Characterized by intricate craftsmanship and opulent designs, Byzantine jewelry captures the essence of this historical era. Gold and precious stones are meticulously crafted into patterns of geometric shapes, intricate watermarks and religious symbols.  Although the Byzantine style in jewelry is not directly associated with France, elements of Byzantine design and motifs were later incorporated into French jewelry during periods of resurgence of historical styles, especially in the nineteenth century.