An awesome reversible late-Victorian mourning pendant with photograph and bail accented with diamonds. Body of the pendant is oval and made of onyx (tested) that measures 51 x 40 mm. One side is solid, high-polished with a single faceted imitation diamond set in a bezel. The stone is cushion shaped and measures 4 x 4 mm. The opposite side is inset with a yellow gold edge (tested as 10k or better) and glass frame with a photograph that has been cut to fit the frame (back side of photo/cabinet card is dated 1894 and the name Olson–I assume the name of the photographer). The photograph is of a man with wire rimmed glasses and what looks like clerical dress.
Attached bail is at least 14k yellow gold (tested), black enameled and set with five (5) rose cut diamonds and graduated sizes. The diamonds range in size from 1.5 to 1.0 mm. Total length of pendant is 2 3/4-inches and width 1 9/16-inches. Condition is very good. Enameling on the bail has been chipped in several spots due to age and wear.

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