"En Tremblant" floral brooches were popular in the 19th century. The central flower is mounted on a spring and trembles as the wearer moves.

 

The brooch features over 12 carats of fiery old mine, old European, Cushion and rose cut diamonds set into 18 ct gold and silver circa 1830's.

 

Approximate total diamond weight 12.0 carats, Assessed Colour H to J, Assessed Clarity VS to I1

 

Details:

  • OF THE PERIOD-Victorian

  • PLACE OF ORIGIN-United Kingdom

  • DATE OF MANUFACTURE-1830

  • PERIOD-1830-1839

  • METAL-18k Gold

  • STONE-White Diamond

  • STONE CUT-Cushion Cut

  • CONDITION-Good

  • DIMENSIONS-W 2.13 in. x D 0.54 in.W 54.0 mm x D 13.7 mm

  • LENGTH-2.56 in. (65.0 mm)

  • WEIGHT-20.65 g

  • SELLER LOCATION-London, GB

  • REFERENCE NUMBER-LU116815450542

    Early Victorian En Tremblant Diamond Floral Brooch, Old Mine, Cushion, European

    £19,500.00Price
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      William Shakespeare, The Two Gentlemen of Verona

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