Antique Victorian Diamond Pearl Crescent Flower Brooch 3.2ct Of Diamond


A stunning antique late Victorian bar brooch modelled in 18ct gold, depicting a crescent moon and flower, lined with twenty-seven glorious old mine cut diamonds, totalling an impressive 3.2ct (approx.) 

Celestial jewellery became increasingly sought after during the 19th Century as people began to look up at the stars and heavens once more with renewed fascination. The crescent moon was a symbol of the Greek God Selene, the feminine moon goddess and represented change and female empowerment in the Victorian Era. 

The diamonds graduate in size around the crescent and are exceptionally bright with excellent cut, colour and clarity (SI1 – H). They’re complemented by two gleaming white pearls at each end and a third crowned in the centre of the flower. 

It’s an exquisite antique treasure and boasts a dazzling collection of bright, clean diamonds that sparkle endlessly, like stars in the night sky.    

We recommend you insure for £6,000. We can provide a written Valuation on completion of the sale. 

WEIGHT: 7.6 grams 

MEASURES: Bar Length 45mm x Width 1mm – Crescent Height 22mm x Width 23mm x Depth 10mm 

METAL: 18ct Gold (Tested)

STONES: Diamonds (Largest approx. 4 x 4mm, 0.5ct – 3.2ct total), Pearls (Largest approx. 6 x 6mm) 

CLARITY: SI 1 – H colour 

AGE: Victorian. (Circa 1880 – 1900) 

CONDITION: Excellent


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