This magnificent, fine and impressive antique emerald jewellery set has been crafted in 18ct white gold.
This versatile set consisting of an antique brooch and drop earrings; these settings can be converted into a bracelet to be worn with stud earrings.
The stunning elongated line brooch features an impressive central oval cabochon emerald, encompassed with twenty impressive transitional modern brilliant round cut diamonds, graduating in size dependant on location.
The tapering antique emerald brooch features thirty-one articulating links ornamented with eighty-six further transitional modern brilliant round cut diamonds; these links are secured in a rigid formation via a screw fit frame to the reverse of the setting.
The impressive hallmarked frame is fitted with a hinged pin and clasp, allowing the piece to secure as a brooch.
The stunning drop earrings are ornamented with stunning cabochon cut emerald, claw set to the terminals.
These stunning feature stones are each suspended from an articulated linear drop formation ornamented with thirty-eight impressive pavé set transitional modern brilliant round diamonds.
The linear drops are each composed of two further impressive cabochon cut emeralds to the apex; each terminating setting is hallmarked to the reverse.
These antique earrings for pierced ears secure to the reverse of the settings with an 18ct white gold post and hinged latch fastening
This antique emerald earring and brooch set can be dismantled and used to comprise a stunning bracelet and stud earring set, if so desired.
This impressive bracelet features the aforementioned brooch setting to the anterior portion of the wrist with a line bracelet and push fit clasp provided by the detachable articulating linear diamond earring drops.
The sides of these versatile settings are embellished with impressive engraved scrolling decoration.
The hallmarked portions of this stunning jewellery set bear the renowned maker's mark (E Gubelin), in addition to the country and registration mark (Paris, N*1376).
This magnificent jewellery set is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.
"Rather than regarding inclusions in coloured stones as harmful, in small sizes and numbers that do not in any way detract from their beauty, they should be regarded as adding to desirability, for they provide identifying characteristics."
Reference: The Connoisseur's Guide to Precious Gemstones, R.Wise, Brunswick House Press.
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