This important early Edwardian C. 1900 diamond brooch is a remarkable example of Edwardian workmanship. There is a total of ninety-five diamonds with a total diamond weight of 9.6 ct. The brooch is gallery set with millegrain work, open work and filigree work. Can be worn as a brooch or a pendant on a necklace. Very fine make.
Diamonds: There is a total of ninety five (95) diamonds in the brooch. The total estimated weight is 9.6 ct. The center stone is 1.35 ct with an estimated clarity of SI-1 and an estimated color of H. There are two (2) diamonds with an estimated weight of 0.70 ct each. Four (4) diamonds with an estimated weight of 0.50 ct each. All diamonds have an estimated clarity of VVS-VS with an estimated color of F/G/H.
Dimensions: 2" x 1 1/4"
Markings: 'JB', "14K'
Price Upon Request
Chain sold separately