A DIAMOND AND GEM-SET 'GIANDINETTO' BROOCH, BY CARTIER
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A DIAMOND AND GEM-SET 'GIANDINETTO' BROOCH, BY CARTIER

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A DIAMOND AND GEM-SET 'GIANDINETTO' BROOCH, BY CARTIER
Designed as an enamel terracotta pot containing carved citrine, almandine garnet, peridot and pink tourmaline flowers to the diamond stem, leaves and stamens, circa 1938, in original fitted red leather Cartier case
Signed Cartier London, No. 530
Provenance
On 9th September 1938, H.M. King George VI charged this 'coloured stone flowers and vase clip brooch' to his account at Cartier, which he had opened in August 1922. The brooch which cost £19, was a gift for his eight year old youngest daughter, H.R.H. The Princess Margaret.
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