This is about as Edwardian as it gets, having been made to commemorate the coronation of Edward the VII. Given that my first initial is E, I must say I am quite smitten with this set.
Available from Butter Lane Antiques, the diamond, pearl, enamel and 9k gold pieces are described this way: “An especially lovely Edwardian pendant and brooch suite with the original tooled leather presentation box. The pieces both feature stunning green guilloché enamelling within a white enamel border, and to the centre royal cypher of King Edward VII. The brooch is round with halo of diamonds and pearls with a locket compartment to the back, and it features a crown above the E . The pendant is heart shaped, with a diamond-set bow on top. They both remain in excellent condition.”
This sells for USD$4,500.