Here in this section of sold jewellery you will be able to view some of the wonderful and unique pieces of jewellery that we have sold over the years.
Except for rings – which is under another section – you will be able to find nearly everything else in the world of antique and modern jewellery such as antique pendants, necklaces, brooches, bangles, bracelets and of course earrings.
The jewellery that we have sold and which is on view here will not be over just one era or period but will go as far back as some stunning antique pieces from the Georgian era of the 1700’s to early 1800’s, Victorian era jewellery from 1837 right up to the end of the 19th century, the free flowing design of Art Nouveau era, and the wonderful designs of jewellery from the Art Deco era of the 1920’s as well as rings from the fabulous retro period of the 1950’s right up to modern jewellery, many of which have an antique design or theme to them.
There will be a broad range of jewellery from countries all over the world, and even though the jewellery in this section has been sold, it will give you a great insight of just some of the wonderful and exciting antique and modern pieces of jewellery that we have had the pleasure of dealing in over the past years and what you may find if you keep searching our website or store or to give you an insight into the wonderful world of antique jewellery where designs often come up that you could never have dreamed up but was made well over a century ago.
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So typical of this period, this diamond brooch was made in the 1920's and was all hand made in 18ct white gold and platinum.
From end to end, the brooch measures 41.6mm across by 13.5mm wide at its widest part in the centre.
Set with a total of 41 diamonds, this Art Deco brooch certainly has some sparkle to it.
There are a combination of 23 semi-modern cut round brilliant cut diamonds and 18 rose cut diamonds giving this brooch a total diamond weight of 1.43 carats.
The use of platinum on the top of this brooch is characteristic also of the Art Deco jewellery of this time and all the diamonds have also been expertly milgrain set which is another characteristic of Art Deco jewellery.
Milgrain setting can be seen as the elegant crimping along the edge of the setting which adds so much more charm and character to an already very beautiful diamond brooch.
In a elegant geometric design with pierce working to highlight the colour of the outfit that it is being worn on, this is such a beautiful Art Deco 1920's era diamond brooch for all occasions.
Circa: 1920 (Art Deco)