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14.68 ct Diamond, 9 ct Yellow Gold Floral Brooch - Antique Victorian

A magnificent and stunning, large antique Victorian 14.68 carat diamond and 9 carat yellow gold, silver set floral brooch; part of our diverse collection of antique jewellery

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14.68 ct Diamond, 9 ct Yellow Gold Floral Brooch - Antique Victorian


This magnificent and stunning, large antique diamond brooch has been crafted in 9 ct yellow gold with silver settings.

The brooch has a pierced decorated floral and foliate design.

The feature eight-leaf flower is ornamented with a central 1.75 cts Old European cut diamond, claw set within a star design embellished with ten smaller old European cut diamonds.

Four of the eight petals are pave set with a total of thirty-two Old European cut diamonds.

Each of the remaining four petals, positioned alternately, are ornamented with a significant cushion cut diamond and a smaller old European cut diamond at the tip.

Placed between each petal are stylised stamen-like designs individually accented with a single diamond to the anther.

The sweeping leaves, buds and stems are embellished with a total of one hundred and thirty-five pavé set old European cut diamonds, graduating in size dependent on position in the design.

This very large and stunning antique Victorian brooch secures to the reverse with a hinged pin and push fit security catch.

This magnificent antique Victorian brooch is supplied with five independent diamond grading certificates for the largest diamonds, in addition to the independent diamond grading report card illustrated.

This exceptional silver set brooch has no hallmarks, as to be expected with this type of antique Victorian jewellery, which has been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as 9 ct gold.

The brooch is fitted to a red leatherette, hinged presentation case.

The case has a velvet and satin lined interior which displays the retailer's name 'Fattorini & Sons Ltd. Diamond Merchants, Bradford'

If you would like to view a copy of the diamond grading certificates, please contact us, providing your email address, and PDF files will be sent.

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This stunning antique brooch is of the finest quality, set with very high colour graded old cut diamonds.

The brooch is an excellent gauge of gold and in excellent condition, with some minor strengthening to the reverse which does not detract from the fine and presentation condition.

Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this magnificent example of Victorian diamond jewellery / estate jewelry.

Diamond Quality

Feature Diamond

Colour I

Clarity VS 2

Cut Old European

Content 1.75 carats

Dimensions 7.30mm x 7.28mm x 4.12mm

Diamond One

Colour H

Clarity SI 1

Cut Cushion

Content 0.94 carat

Dimensions 7.76mm x 5.48mm x 2.83mm

Diamond Two

Colour H

Clarity SI 2

Cut Cushion

Content 1.02 carats

Dimensions 7.16mm x 5.71mm x 2.96mm

Diamond Three

Colour H

Clarity SI 1

Cut Cushion

Content 0.85 carat

Dimensions 6.56mm x 5.17mm x 2.80mm

Diamond Four

Colour G

Clarity VS 2

Cut Cushion

Content 0.90 carat

Dimensions 7.26mm x 4.95mm x 2.71mm

Supporting Diamonds (total 135)

Colour (average grades) I

Clarity (average grades) P 1

Cut Old European

Content (total) 9.22 carats

Total Diamond Content

14.68 carats


Length 9.0cm / 3.54"

Diameter of flower 4cm / 1.57"

Height of setting at feature diamond 1.24cm/0.48"

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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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