This is an incredible Georgian Brooch. It dates from the late 1700's early 1800's. It is crafted from 10-12K Rose gold. It features a fabulous Royal Blue Enamel in the from which is in Fabulous condition. It features a frame adorned with natural seed pearls around the outside perimiter of the brooch. Each Pearls is in a every so slightly crimped bezel setting. The base is a fabulous royal blue enamel which is absolutely stunning. The general condition of the enamel is wonderful, however I see under my loop some ever so slight wear to the tips of the oval, I am not sure if it is possible to see under zoom on your screen. Atop of the enamel is a delicate flower with leaves and stem. The flower curves around to fill the entire brooch fabulous eye apeal. The flower posses peters which are featured as 5 larger pearls with a diamond in the very center of the flower. There are four leaves which extend out from the stem which are adorned with graduating in size pearls. All of the pearls are in good condition with loads of nacre. The back of the brooch features a 10K locking clasp which functions properly. The pin itself tested as a low karat gold. I am assuming the pin and clasp were a replacement????? The brooch it self tests as about 12 karat gold. This Brooch is surprisingly heavy in weight. It is in over all fabulous condition for being well over 200 years old....
Length: 1 5/8" x 1"
Diamond Old european Cut: 2.25mm
Pearls range from 3.5mm down to 1.5mm each
Circa: late 1700's early 1800's
Weight: 16 grams
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