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Georgian Gold Diamond & Emerald clover brooch

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See scan - perfect condition for this fantastic antique jewelry piece. This is a nice and rare European make Georgian era brooch made of gold, silver, paved with diamonds and emerald buds. The brooch measures about 38mm x 26mm and has a total of 54 brilliant cut and old miner's cut clear and lively diamonds in general SI1 clarity crafted in superb open setting manner. The centerpiece is a brilliant cut diamond with slight fancy yellow color and weight of about 0.35 carats. Total weight of diamonds set into this jewel is approximately 2-2.5 carats. There are also 5 emerald round gems set as buds, each measuring 2.5mm in diameter. Net weight of brooch is 7.2 grams. No hallmarks or maker's marks, but most likely a British, French or Austrian made. The brooch / broche comes in a fantastic purple fitted oval case. Scarce antique jewelry / jewellery collector piece and one of the rare Georgian diamond clover brooches.


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