Superb Victorian 14K Turquoise & Pearl Pin Brooch   Gorgeous   Top Quality WorkmanshipSuperb Victorian 14K Turquoise & Pearl Pin Brooch   Gorgeous   Top Quality WorkmanshipSuperb Victorian 14K Turquoise & Pearl Pin Brooch   Gorgeous   Top Quality WorkmanshipSuperb Victorian 14K Turquoise & Pearl Pin Brooch   Gorgeous   Top Quality Workmanship

• Stunning 19th century Victorian period large 14K rose gold pin / brooch with turquoise and pearls – superior quality

• Beautifully made; gorgeous style, detail and workmanship

• Very nice antique condition with only minor wear commensurate with age and use

• Really beautifully designed, articulated brooch made up of 3 separate parts that move freely.

• Perfectly matched vibrant turquoise stones, carved in such a way that they are raised above the gold – none missing or damaged

• 4 white cultured pearls accent the turquoise

• Very dimensional design – this is an absolute stunner!!

• C hook clasp which closes very securely (lots of tension on the pin)

• Measures 2.5 inches (6.4cm) long X 1.5 inches (3.8cm) east to west

• Nice weight – 11.9 grams

• Not marked but acid tested and guaranteed

• A wonderful example of antique jewelry – extremely wearable

Item ID: P828CC


Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: Rose Gold/Turquoise/White Pearls, Size: 2.5 inches (6.4cm) long X 1.5 inches (3.8cm) east to west

Superb Victorian 14K Turquoise & Pearl Pin Brooch Gorgeous Top Quality Workmanship

$1,195 USD

Sale starts Fri Jan 25 8:00 AM, ends Mon Jan 28 8:00 AM Pacific Time. This item will be 30% off the price above during the Sale!

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