Venus holds Cupids chariot as he breaks his bow. This superb early Victorian period genuine Wedgwood jasperware pendant is made of solid 9 carat gold, with gold dual chain drop and seed pearl accents. An allegory of love, Cupid is seen breaking his bow as its no longer needed (the wearer has found love) and Venus, goddess of long term devotion, waits to take over. The detail is quite amazing as the piece is a wonderfully wearable small size.Cupids classical shell chariot is drawn by two lions - each separately depicted rather than duplicated, in an example of extremely high quality artistry. It dates from around 1850 and is in very good, fully wearable condition, with a shallow chip to the front of the panel at 11.00 - not easily noticed. It weighs 4.3 grams, its drop is just shy of 2 inches and the jasperware panel is 27 x 20 mm.. The final photo shows it with a US penny (1 cent) coin for scale, which measures 19 mm / ¾ of an inch diameter. What's more, I offer layaway deals so there's no need to let any of my listings slip through your fingers - just ask!
For security all items are stored in a bank's safe deposit box and sent fully insured for peace of mind. The item "RARE ANTIQUE ENGLISH EARLY WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE 9K GOLD PENDANT CUPID & VENUS" is in sale since Sunday, May 31, 2020.This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Fine\Victorian, Edwardian 1837-1910\Cameos". The seller is "victoriousantiquejewellery" and is located in Sale. This item can be shipped worldwide.