This stunning, fine and impressive vintage brooch has been crafted in 18ct yellow gold with 18ct white gold settings.
The brooch has been modelled in the form of an exotic bird perched on a branch.
The bird's swept, splayed tail terminates with five individually collet set cabochon cut gemstones, including: 2.76ct tourmaline (across two stones), 1.01ct amethyst, 0.92ct citrine and 0.84ct aquamarine.
The body of the bird features a white gold wing in relief, ornamented with seven pavé set transitional modern brilliant round cut diamonds.
The head of bird incorporates a collet set 0.01ct emerald representing the eye, in addition to three eight-cut diamonds to the extended crown.
The brooch secures to the reverse with a hinged pin and safety clasp fastening.
This 1950s brooch is hallmarked to the pin with the Swedish Three Crowns National mark, gold fineness mark (18ct) and the maker's mark (KA); the piece has been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as 18 carat gold.
This impressive brooch is supplied with an IDGL diamond grading report card.
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