Necklace Collection :
An Edwardian rivière | A rivière of diamonds immediately identified the wearer as someone of exceptional wealth. Usually large, round diamonds were set singly in simple collets. This example is set with a centre stone weighing 37.82 carats, and the diamonds weigh a total of approximately 210 carats. SOURCE: JEWELS OF THE EDWARDIANS, BY ELISE B. MISIOROWSKI AND NANCY K. HAYS.