Cruciform pendant. Gold with a dished closed back and set with a topaz, a garnet, a hessonite garnet and an aquamarine, set around a central ruby.
- 1820 (circa)
- Made in: England
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England)
- Height: 2.9 centimetres (including ring)
8 April 1994
Reason for treatment
1983 Slightly tarnished and dirty RAR 1991 as above CRE 1994 as above CRE
1983 Cleaned with Detarol EDTA 10% in water. Washed with tap water. Dried with tissue. RAR 1991 Tarnish removed using Goddards hotel silver dip applied using cotton wool swabs. Rinsed with distilled water / solvent on cotton wool swabs. Dried with paper tissues.CRE 1994 Polished using Goddards long term silver cloth. CRE
Prehistory and Europe
- HG.269 (masterlist number)
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Object reference number: MCT10001
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