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1.05ct Aquamarine and 4.38ct Diamond and Platinum Brooch - Vintage French Circa 1940

A stunning, fine and impressive vintage French 1940s 1.05 carat aquamarine and 4.38 carat diamond and platinum brooch; part of our diverse antique jewellery and estate jewelry collections

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1.05ct Aquamarine and 4.38ct Diamond and Platinum Brooch - Vintage French Circa 1940 Video
1940s Aquamarine and Diamond Brooch
1.05ct Aquamarine and 4.38ct Diamond and Platinum Brooch - Vintage French Circa 1940
1940s Aquamarine and Diamond Brooch
1.05ct Aquamarine and 4.38ct Diamond and Platinum Brooch - Vintage French Circa 1940
1940s Aquamarine and Diamond Brooch
1.05ct Aquamarine and 4.38ct Diamond and Platinum Brooch - Vintage French Circa 1940
1940s Aquamarine and Diamond Brooch
1.05ct Aquamarine and 4.38ct Diamond and Platinum Brooch - Vintage French Circa 1940
1940s Aquamarine and Diamond Brooch
1.05ct Aquamarine and 4.38ct Diamond and Platinum Brooch - Vintage French Circa 1940
1940s Aquamarine and Diamond Brooch
1.05ct Aquamarine and 4.38ct Diamond and Platinum Brooch - Vintage French Circa 1940
1940s Aquamarine and Diamond Brooch
1.05ct Aquamarine and 4.38ct Diamond and Platinum Brooch - Vintage French Circa 1940
1940s Aquamarine and Diamond Brooch
1.05ct Aquamarine and 4.38ct Diamond and Platinum Brooch - Vintage French Circa 1940
1940s Aquamarine and Diamond Brooch
1.05ct Aquamarine and 4.38ct Diamond and Platinum Brooch - Vintage French Circa 1940
1940s Aquamarine and Diamond Brooch
1.05ct Aquamarine and 4.38ct Diamond and Platinum Brooch - Vintage French Circa 1940

Description


This stunning, fine and impressive vintage brooch has been crafted in platinum.


The vintage brooch has a rounded rectangular form and features an impressive central claw set 1.05ct round faceted cut aquamarine.


The aquamarine is flanked to the upper and lower portions with four channel set baguette cut diamonds.


The impressive pierced decorated, three-layered ribbon style frame is embellished with a total of one-hundred and eight pavé set diamonds, in a combination of transitional modern brilliant and eight cut.


The upper and lower borders of the brooch each incorporate seven individually claw set diamonds, and the collared terminals to either side feature a further fourteen diamonds.


The brooch secures to the reverse with a hinged pin and push fit clasp.


This vintage aquamarine brooch is hallmarked to the side of the setting with the French hallmark for platinum (dog's head).


This impressive 1940s aquamarine and diamond brooch is supplied with an independent diamond and gemstone grading report card.


Images do not always reflect the true colour and brilliance of gemstones and diamonds. The video however provides a truer representation of the actual colour and showcases each stone.


AC Silver

Condition


This stunning brooch is exceptional quality, set with an impressive feature aquamarine displaying fine colour, brilliance and presence.

The high colour graded supporting diamonds display a fine white colour and brilliance.

The brooch is an exceptional gauge of platinum and is in excellent condition.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine 1940s aquamarine and diamond brooch.


Aquamarine Quality


Colour Blue

Cut Round Faceted

Content 1.05 carats

Dimensions 6.84mm x 4.04mm


Diamond Quality


Colour (average grades) G

Clarity (average grades) SI1

Cut Baguette/Transitional Modern Brilliant Round/Eight

Content 4.38 carats


Dimensions


Length of setting 4.55cm/1.79"

Width of setting 3cm/1.18"

Across pin 4cm/1.57"

Height of setting 9.33mm/0.37"


Weight


17.9 grams


 
 
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Andrew Campbell started trading in antiques during the 1970s. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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