Dating from circa 1915, this 14 Kt yellow gold watch fob adds a bit of sophisticated history to your collection. A knotted gold frame suspends a double-sided bezel that is set with dappled bloodstone on one side and engraved carnelian on the other. The piece may be spun so that either stone faces forward. You may wear this item as intended, as a traditional watch fob, but its versatility comes in handy when it is suspended from a chain, giving it an instant update as a fashionable double-sided pendant. If that strikes your fancy, ask about our collection of antique and contemporary 14 and 18 Kt gold chains.