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Citrine Fob with tiny Split Ring

Citrine Fob with tiny Split Ring


Here is a wonderful tiny antique Fob with a rare Georgian split ring attached to it. The pendant is gold in color with a gorgeous oval-shaped citrine stone in the base. The stone is a soft pastel yellow color. The stone is faceted on the back side and smooth on the front, resulting in lovely light play. A tiny, hard-to-find, antique split ring is connected to the Fob. This would be amazing worn on a delicate chain or added to a charm bracelet. This little piece of history is ready to wear, collect, or gif to someone special.



approx 17mm x 14mm x 11mm

citrine stone 12 x 9mm

Split ring: 9mm round ( 1.3mm thick)

No hallmarks, rolled gold/GF, some surface wear

Early 1800s

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    * Overall very nice. visible wear to the gold casing in some areas.  The split ring is awesome but does not sit 100% flush, which is visible in images.  Minor age-related wear on stone, A great little fob!


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