This is an astounding Edwardian style 18K white gold Bow Lavallière necklace set with natural Diamonds dating to the early-to-mid-1900’s and comes with an AIGL gemology report and appraisal. The Edwardian era derives its name from the reign of the English King, Edward VII (1901-1910). Edwardian jewelry featured garlands, ribbons, laurel wreaths, tassels, lace and bow knots such as our piece nearly always done in white gold or platinum and set predominantly with Diamonds and sometimes accented by other stones such as peridot, aquamarine, pearl, opals, amongst others. This example shows a freeform bow knot lavalliere necklace pendant with negligee like uneven bow ends with scalloped and filigree leading to a center of round and marque shaped settings flowing into a circle knot which then radiates the two bow ties which are further accented by a delicate design of scalloped edge, filigree and circle and curved corner square settings. The American Estate necklace pendant is set with 429 natural Diamonds with a total weight 5.10 carats, clarity of I1-I2 and color of J-L. The bow ends themselves have joints with a slight articulation and is stamped “18K”. The necklace is set with a contemporary 14K white gold etched chain link necklace strand which is in very good new condition. The pendant itself is in good condition with no damages and appears to be very well preserved. Comes with an AIGL (American International Gemological Laboratories, INC.) gemology report and appraisal which confirms the above info and gives an estimated value of $14,180.00 and weight of 24.9 grams (K79E98-EA15098), see the pictures for a copy of the report.