Delicate, feminine, and captivating, spray brooches are a beautiful addition to any jewelry collection. Traditionally, spray brooches consist of intricate floral designs, often mounted in the En Tremblant style.
Traditional spray brooch designs are normally inspired by nature, with floral and foliate motifs being the most popular spray brooch theme. A special example circa 1890, this lovely brooch boasts 29 diamonds; 10 of which are Old European Cuts, 19 of which are rose cut. The brooch is in brilliant sterling silver, with a 9k pink gold back, English, Belle Epoque period. The central flower appears to be a sweet forget-me-not.
Materials and Features: 9k pink gold, 29 diamonds, (10 old European-cut, 19 rose-cut), sterling silver
Age/Origin: Belle Epoque, English, c. 1890
Measurements: 2.2" in length, 4.45 grams
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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