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14k Gold Floating Opal Pendant Necklace

Art Deco, 1920s to 1930s


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This is one of the largest floating Opal pendants I have seen.

It has little nuggets of genuine fiery Opal floating in liquid.

As you move the colors change creating a beautiful display.

Beautifully designed cap with raised Victorian Revival pattern.

Cap is marked 14k Pat. 10.13.31 for the year of 1931.

Dates this to the 1930's Victorian Revival Period.

Patent refers to Harold H. Welch's, creator of the Floating Opal pendants.

Patent number  1,827,695 

Pendant measures 1 1/8" tall not including the ring that attaches to the chain.

Widest point on the bubble is 9/16" in diameter.

Beautiful fiery Opals with all colors including Lavender, Green, Red, Blue.

Chain is newer than pendant and is 18" long.

In excellent condition, the bubble disappears into the cap when in the upright position.

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Please note many small measurements are in millimeters. It is a Jewelry Industry standard for accuracy.

You can download and print the Ring Sizing Chart. Make sure to follow the directions closely for best accuracy. Most rings can be re-sized unless otherwise noted. The cost of sizing is not included, please inquire with ring information and size required for an estimate.

Our model's hand is approximately 5" wide or 12 cm as seen in this image: 

Our Estate Jewelry measuring guide - model's hand.

We measure bracelets based on their wearable length, not the actual length. We do this because chunky bracelets will have a smaller wearable length than the actual length as the thickness of the bracelet reduces the internal measurement. If at any time you would like the actual length and is not in the description, please feel free to contact us.