This really is a lovely example of Victorian craftsmanship. This rich 9ct gold crescent is set with a hue of creamy peaches and pale grey pearls and has the most beautiful deep open work detail to the sides (see photographs).  Making this a high quality, interesting and desirable piece.


I have coupled this beautiful piece with a complimenting 9ct gold antique interlocking circles fancy chain.  Which is so pretty and sets the crescent off perfectly. The chain fastens to the back of the neck with a barrel clasp, which has a nice 'snap' to it.


Tip: Always make sure you hear your barrel clasp snap/click into position before removing your hands and wearing.


Originally this crescent moon piece would have been worn as a brooch.  


Crescent Moon Trivia:

The ever popular Crescent Moon celebrates the feminine moon goddess and therefore are associated with female empowerment. They also symbolize change, as it turns into a full moon and then back, similar to the ebb and flow of life.  The Victorian's loved to give crescent moon brooches as a wedding gift to a bride, signifying 'new beginning' or a 'new phase' of life. 


Don't save for best!  Wear with your jeans - Wear with attitude! 

Approximate Measurements:
Overall Length: 16.75 inches 
Moon: 3.4cm x 3.3cm

This is a quirky one-of-a-kind heirloom piece, bringing the wearer an item of jewellery as exclusive and individual as them. The perfect keepsake or gift to celebrate life's milestone occasions or just life!

Beautiful Antique 9ct Gold Pearl Crescent Moon Fancy Chain Necklace

  • Be Gentle with Me............... 

    Please treat your vintage jewellery with the care and respect deserving of its age. Rub gently with a soft silver polishing cloth periodically to keep its vibrancy. Please do not bathe in your vintage jewellery. Avoid dropping on hard surfaces. Enjoy!

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