This stunning, fine and impressive antique brooch has been crafted in 18 ct yellow gold with an 18 ct white gold setting.
The double clip brooch has been modelled in the form of two wheatsheaf tied with pavé set ribbons.
The 18 ct white gold stems of wheat are ornamented with a total of twenty-two individually four claw set Old European round cut diamonds, reproducing the features of the ear.
The 18 ct white gold ribbons that tie each sheaf together are embellished with a total of eight pavé set Old European round cut diamonds, graduating in side dependent on their position within the design.
This versatile 1930s brooch may be separated into two halves and worn individually; the piece secures together with an 18ct yellow gold slide, incorporated to the reverse of the frame.
The brooches secure to the reverse via hinged double pins and push fit fastenings, in addition to the aforementioned slide which incorporates a hinged pin and clasp.
This impressive brooch has been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as 18 ct gold.
The brooch is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.
NOTE: The duette (or double clip) style brooch increased in popularity in the first half of the twentieth century; they flourished during the Art Deco and Art Nouveau movements due to the use of symmetry of organic designs. Due to their versatility they can be simply worn as an eye-catching single brooch, whereas the two matching brooches could be utilised as collar clips, hat clips, shoes clips, and hair clips.
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