Gold Enamel Diamond Flower Brooch Pendant, Circa 1900
Hand crafted in 14K yellow gold, circa 1900, this opulent Edwardian convertible brooch pendant features enamel forget me not flowers and sparkling old mine-cut diamonds. Elegantly designed, seven pink enameled forget me not flowers are centered with a raised diamond in a buttercup prong mounting. The back has a wide c-clasp and tubular hinge as well as a flip loop to wear as a pendant. This singular and stunning Edwardian treasure will please the most discerning.
- Materials: 14K yellow gold tested and guaranteed, Enamel
- Gemstones: Setting contains 7 old mine cut diamonds weighing a combined total weight of .21 carats. Color I, Clarity I1
- Measurements: 31.5mm north to south and 30.5mm east to west
- Weight: 6.9 grams
- Condition: In very good condition with a few minor deficiencies to the enamel which can be seen with a loupe. Diamonds are brilliant with the gold bearing a lovely original patina