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Originally part of a pair of antique earrings, this sweet 9ct gold and ruby flower makes a really lovely charm. It makes a dainty pendant, but would also fit in well within a charm collection too. It would be perfect for a July baby as a birthstone piece!
 
The charm is made of 9ct gold and is marked '9ct' to the reverse. The charm has lovely detail to the front, including the scalloped edge which looks like petals, the star setting of the ruby and also a rope shaped border too. The back is plain and the charm is hollow in the middle. 
 
The charm measures approx 11.4mm tall (not including the jump ring) by approx 7.3mm wide by approx 4mm deep and weighs approx 0.5g in total.
 
Condition - The charm is in good antique condition but does show some signs of age and wear, including some light surface wear to the gold and ruby. The jump ring is a new 9ct gold ring which is currently pushed closed. Please see photos.
 
*Please note the box and chain pictured are not included in the sale but the charm will be shipped in a new presentation box and pouch.*
 
 
 
 
 
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Antique 9ct gold and ruby flower charm

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