Description: This wonderful Edwardian stickpin has a sword motif or it could be a "D" if you wish. It is platinum on 15K rose gold (tested). There are twelve (12) old mine-cut diamonds set in platinum on the hilt (handle) of the stickpin, and the pin is 15K rose gold. So very unusual!
The diamonds are: Twelve (12) old mine-cut, average 2.15 millimeters (mm), and the average weigh approximately is .0425 carats each, with an approximate total combined weight of .51 carats.
Clarity range - SI1 - SI2
Color range - H - I
NOTE: All weights of stones are measured in the mounting and are calculated by formula, they are approximate weights. If stones are removed and weighed directly on the scale, it will be stated as, "per balance".
Period: Edwardian: (1901 - 1914), this pin is circa 1905.
Measurements: 3' long, the hilt is 5/8" long x 1/2" wide (17.0 mm long x 13.0 mm), and weighs 2.53 grams.
Condition: Excellent - Slight bend to the pin (consistent with wear), but no repairs and all stones are secure.
Edwardian Platinum On Gold Diamond "Sword" Stickpin