Materials: natural Colombian emeralds (GIA report 2225161536), solid 14k yellow gold (unmarked; tested with electronic gold tester & nitric-muriatic acid), silver (rivets only)
Weight: 11.2 grams
Workmanship origin: probably Germanic
Height: 60 mm
Width: 31 mm
Dimension of emeralds: twelve total— eight cushion cuts (5.25 x 5 mm, 5 x 4.75 mm, 4.4 x 3.75 mm, 3.75 x 3.74 mm, 4.25 x 3.6 mm, 4 x 3.8 mm, 3.75 x 3.5 mm, 3 x 3 mm), four oval cuts (3.25 x 3 mm, 3 x 2.5 mm, two 3 x 2.75 mm)
Approx. weight of emeralds: estimated 1.97 ctw
Condition: the top-most emerald with a flat conchoidal-type chip (about 1.7 mm). The rest of the emeralds good for the age and clean to the naked eye; however, under loupe magnification, abrasions to facet junctions, tiny nibbles, scratches, and a few corner abrasions / shallow chips can be observed (aforementioned flaws difficult to spot with the naked eye). Light age-related surface wear and patina to the gold. Overall in a well-preserved condition for the age; bail to back is original.