This beautiful romantic Belle Epoque brooch is designed with flowing floral and foliate motifs that foreshadow the lines of the forthcoming Art Nouveau. This beautiful and impressive piece of jewellery is set with 51 old cut diamonds with a fancy teardrop diamond dancing below. As part of the design two sets of two diamonds are dropped on each side of the brooch. Back in their day these extravagantly designed pieces were worn pinned to the bodice of a dress. Finely handcrafted in silver over rose gold.
A very pretty Green enamelled three leaf clover, said to stand for faith, hope and love. A fourth leaf is where we get the luck from. The thirty six split
seed pearls are set in 15ct yellow gold. The brooch has a secure hinged pin fitting to reverse, approximately 4.5cm in length, with a safety chain for
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.
Established in 1893, Kutchinsky were jewellers to the court of Ludwig of Bavaria. Kutchinsky are famous for designing purposefully ostentatious jewellery
following the end of the second World War.
This Kutchinsky 18ct yellow gold brooch has two thistles, one set with rubies and the other set with brilliant round cut diamonds, with more diamonds
set in the lower leaf design.
A truly spectacular piece of 1960s statement jewellery.
This is a wonderful sweetheart brooch. The Royal Artillery cannon to the centre with the wheel surrounded with eleven diamonds. Navy blue enamel to the
top with red enamel to the crown. Ribbon design with navy enamel and latin inscription, Ubique quo fas et Gloria duncunt’, translates to mean, "Whither
duty and glory lead’. A beautiful collectable and wearable item of military sweetheart jewellery.
A Portuguese 800 grade yellow gold ribbon bow brooch with turquoise enamel and ruby detailing. The Turquoise central section gently moves adding extra
fluidity to the Bow. The three rubies measure 3mm in diameter each, are Bright pink in colour.
A Victorian diamond set brooch with a double heart surmounted with a diamond set bow, symbolizing two hearts forever tied together in love. The diamonds
are set in silver mounted in 18ct gold. The central diamond in the bow weighs approximately 50 points and there are another 48 small rose and old cut
diamonds within the piece.
A statement Early Victorian 15ct Ribbon bow brooch. The gold is finely etched and engraved with a scroll foliage pattern. The central panel of Royal Blue
Enamel is set with five old cut diamonds, the central cushion cut weighs approximately 35 points. The Brooch has a secure hinged pin fitting to reverse,
approximately 6.5cm in length, with a safety chain for extra security.
This stunning, fine and impressive Victorian necklace, pendant and brooch set has been crafted in 15ct yellow gold. The necklace consists of five flower
shaped clusters, embellished with seven seed pearls. At the bottom of each cluster there is a fleur-de-lis, set with eight pearls.
The flower cluster settings are connected to each other with three individual pearls, grain set in square plaques, each with two pearls at the bottom,
with the latter pearl set into a tulip shaped flower bud. The necklace to fully set with articulated pearl links to a hidden tongue and clip clasp
at the back.
This versatile necklace may be worn with the additional 15ct yellow gold detachable sunburst pendant / brooch which displays forty-eight seed pearls centred
around an old mine cut diamond. The pendant attaches to the necklace via a simple hook and loop fastening.
This sunburst drop is fitted with a hinged pin and clip to the reverse and may be worn independently as a brooch if so desired. Additionally there is a
small locket compartment at the back of the sunburst.
To complete the set the is an additional loop set with five seed pearls, allowing one to wear the sunburst on a chain.
Bringing the wearer the best of luck, this late 18ct yellow gold Victorian diamond, ruby, sapphire and pearl wishbone brooch is a must for any collector.
The stylish off-set wishbone has a pearl, four old cut diamonds and two sapphires and rubies. The stones are all claw set. Engraved with ‘fernie 15/2/96’
and the initials ‘j.s’. This is the perfect gift for bringing your loved one luck.
A Victorian Sapphire and Pearl Fly Bar brooch, with Seed Pearl inlaid wings and two small rose cut diamonds for the eyes. Typical of the Victorian period
bug and Insect jewellery is highly collectable and was a symbol of good luck to the wearer during the Victorian Era. All set in 18ct yellow gold. This
is a stunning antique brooch that looks beautiful when worn, a great collectors piece.
A pretty White gold and pearl laurel wreath brooch, said to stand for victory and prosperity. The six pearls are interset with double laurel leaves. The
brooch has a secure hinged pin fitting to reverse, approximately 5cm in length.