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0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940

A fine 0.14 carat diamond and enamel vintage Staffordshire Yeomanry, WWII pin brooch in 18 carat yellow gold; part of our diverse collection of military related items

SKU: A3093
Price: £795.00
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0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940
0.14 ct Diamond and Enamel, 18 ct Yellow Gold Regimental Pin Brooch - Vintage Circa 1940

Description


This fine vintage Forces WWII pin brooch has been crafted in 18ct yellow gold.


The pin brooch represents the cap badge of the Staffordshire Yeomanry*.


The three-loop 'Stafford Knot' to the centre is embellished with fifteen, eight-cut diamonds and encircled by the blue enamel Garter which displays the motto: 'Honi soit qui mal y pense'- (shame on him who thinks evil of it).


The Garter sits upon a blue enamel scroll which displays the additional motto: 'Pro aris et focis' - (for God and country).


The Garter is surmounted with the King's Crown, embellished with translucent red enamel.


This impressive WWII pin brooch is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.


NOTE *The Staffordshire Yeomanry (Queen's Own Royal Regiment) was a unit of the British Army 1801-2006, actively serving in both WWI and WWII.


Condition


This vintage sweetheart pin is fine quality, set with fifteen very high colour graded, well colour matched old cut diamonds.

The brooch is in excellent condition.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of military related craftsmanship.


Diamond Quality


Colour (average grades) H

Clarity (average grades) VS2

Cut eight-cut

Content (total) 0.14 carat


Dimensions


Length of pin 5.8cm/2.28"

Garter diameter 2.54cm/1"

 

Brooch length 2.8cm/1.10"

 


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