London, South Kensington
20 March 2005
A late 19th century diamond and pearl brooch
designed as an openwork triangular panel, composed of old-brilliant-cut diamond foliate scrolls and swags with central pearl and diamond flowerhead cluster, and matching twin surmounts, suspending a central pearl and rose-cut diamond three stone drop between pearl single stone terminals, circa 1890, with detachable brooch fitting, one rose-cut diamond deficient, pearls untested.
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