Sapphire Cabochon Gold Link Necklace
Henrik Siersbøl—son of Hermann Siersbøl, founder of one of the largest gold and silversmiths in Scandinavia in the 1950s—designed and crafted this stunning gold link necklace at the height of the 80s fashion boom. Bold in style and heavy in gold, this beauty features a large oval cabochon cut natural blue sapphire surrounded by a border of white diamonds. The pendant is supported on an open gallery that drops from a dense, curb chain. Finished with a concealed box clasp.
Chain measures 16.5" long.
Please note, this is a one-of-a-kind piece that has been inspected and cleaned, but its history means that it may have signs of wear from its previous owner(s). Any scratches or marks should be considered a part of its unique origin. All sales of estate jewelry are final.
18 karat gold set with a 5.2 carat oval cabochon blue sapphire center and eighteen round white diamonds totaling 0.82 carat (F/G color, VS1/VS2 clarity). Dated circa 1980.