Antique Victorian Fancy Diamond Flower Brooch 7ct Of Diamond


A magnificent antique Victorian flower brooch from the late 1800s decorated with a dazzling collection of rose cut diamonds that spread across the centre and each of the eight petals.

The centre stone weighs approx. 1ct on its own and is a lovely champagne coloured fancy diamond with a sunny golden sparkle. The rest of the rose cuts are colourless and cut in various shapes and sizes, totalling an impressive 7 carats (approx.)   

Like all diamonds, yellow fancy diamonds are a symbol of eternal love, but like a ray of sunshine, their golden warmth adds an extra touch of joy and optimism, promoting happiness and positivity to all who look upon it.   

The gallery is modelled in solid silver and backed in 18ct gold along with the pin and safety catch. It would look stunning pinned to a lapel and boasts a gorgeous array of diamonds that glisten and dance endlessly in the light. 

We recommend you insure for £5,300. We can provide a written Valuation on completion of the sale. 

WEIGHT: 14.8 grams 

MEASURES: Height 42mm x Width 42mm x Depth 8mm 

METAL: Silver/ 18ct Gold (tested)

STONES: Diamonds (Centre 6 x 6mm, approx. 1ct – 7ct total) 

AGE: Victorian. (Circa 1890 – 1900) 

CONDITION: Excellent 


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