13 May 2015
A TOURMALINE, GARNET, EMERALD AND DIAMOND FIBULA BROOCH, BY JAR
Designed as a series of graduated crosses, set with circular-cut multi-colour tourmalines, garnets and diamonds, suspended from a gold pin with a tourmaline and diamond-set terminal, enhanced with a cabochon emerald, mounted in silver and gold, 1993, 12.4 cm, with French assay mark for gold, in pink leather JAR case
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JAR I, Exhibition at Somerset House, London, November 2002-January 2003, no. 363
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