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SA718759

Art Deco French Diamond Double Clip Brooch 18ct Gold 3ct Diamonds Boxed Circa 1930

Price

£6,500 | $8,655 USD | €7,365 EUR
Item Number: SA718759
Date of manufacture: 1930
Current Status: For sale
Seller: Laurelle Ltd
This antique has been viewed 15 times in the past month with the most views from France.

Description

A stunning Art Deco French brooch (Circa 1930) modelled in solid 18ct White Gold and pave set with glistening Old Mine cut and brilliant cut Diamonds across the front (over 3ct total).
The brooch is fitted with a solid pin and secure trombone clasp but can also be split in two to form separate matching clips which look beautiful sparkling on a lapel.
Itís a wonderful geometric design which is typical of the era and features French hallmarks on the clips. Itís an outstanding piece and complete with its original fitted box with cream velvet interior.
We recommend you insure for £7000, We can provide a written Valuation on completion of the sale.
WEIGHT: 23.58 grams
MEASURES: Width 61mm x Height 23mm x Depth 10mm
METAL: 18ct White Gold
STONES: Diamonds (approx. 3ct total)
CLARITY: SI 1 Ė H colour
AGE: Art Deco. (Circa 1930)
ORIGIN: France
MARKS: French Gold hallmarks
CONDITION: Excellent
ITEM NUMBER: 20-843
Internal Ref: 20-843



Declaration

This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as 1930.


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Laurelle Ltd
Lancashire
United Kingdom
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