Antique CIRCA 1600 Victorian Brooch with .58 Carat of Rose Cut Diamonds in Gold Estate Piece
CIRCA 1600 Rose cut Diamond Brooch
This is very special piece meant for someone equally as special. It takes a true vintage jewelry connoisseur to really appreciate the history of this fine brooch. This brooch is made of 10 karat gold and rose cut diamonds set in their ORIGINAL settings, CIRCA 1600. Decade old and this vintage brooch is in great condition, has been well taken care of and deserves a space to live and breath! The rose cut diamonds embody the nature of a rose flower by imitating the narrow spiral of petals. The trombone catch on the pin proves it's circa date. The brooch is covered with rose cut diamonds and natural carvings in the material. It is clear this brooch was a jeweler's "rose bush", spreading love and life to all who wear it!
Antique Victorian brooch featuring 15 rose cut diamonds and black enamel in handmade mounting of 10K gold
This is a rare example of an antique Victorian brooch with old, rose cut diamonds made to sparkle in candlelight. The craftsmanship of the era is evident in the scrolling gold work, meticulously executed by hand. The prong settings are surrounded by curving petal motifs and a lyrical design accented with black enamel. The back of the piece is fitted with a trombone clasp. The condition of the brooch is excellent even as its antique origins are unmistakable. A unique treasure and stunning conversation piece.
Diamonds have an approximate total weight of .58 carats The brooch weighs 16 grams (mounted) The brooch is 2 inches long, 1 3/4 inches wide and sits 3/4 inch tall