This is a stunning and rare piece of jewellery history. A spray brooch with ornate, realistically modelled flower and leaf details. Set around a flower
with a centre stone of 35 points and five petals totalling 2.4cts of old cut diamonds, the two additional flowers and leaves provide an extra 2.10cts of
diamonds to this beautiful Georgian brooch. In an open backed silver mount, set in yellow gold the brooch has a secure hinged pin fitting to reverse, approximately
9.5cm in length.
A beautiful four petal garnet flower brooch, with four small rose cut diamonds and a natural pearl in the centre. Garnet is the birthstone for January
and the stone that celebrates the 2nd anniversary of marriage. The name “garnet” comes from the Latin word “Garanatus,” meaning “seedlike,” in reference
to a pomegranate. The Garnet is a stone of purity and truth as well as a symbol of love and compassion.
The garnets have a beautiful colour and look rich mounted in 18ct yellow gold. The brooch has a secure hinged pin fitting to reverse, approximately 6.8cm
in length, with a safety chain for extra security.
A fine, Georgian heart locket featuring a central pear shaped royal blue sapphire surround by thirteen old cut diamonds. Mounted in 18ct yellow gold with
eighteen very small spheres interspersed around the circumference of the heart. At the reverse of the locket is a clear window compartment for a picture
of a loved one. The heart is fitted with a secure oval bale, approximately 8mm in length.