London-based jewellers Nigel Milne have dubbed this the Dolce Vita necklace but they might have had more traction calling it the Downton Abbey necklace. The style certainly looks more Edwardian-inspired to me than paparazzi fuelled 50s and 60s Rome, which is what I associated with the term ‘dolce vita.”
Regardless, it’s a very pretty piece. With pretty impressive specs: matched set of 4.5 carats of briolette cut diamonds framed with 1.15 carats of brilliant cut diamonds captured on five rows of 4-4.5mm pearls set in 18ct white gold.
Pretty will cost you. In this case, £27500. But yes, it would likely make life feel much sweeter.