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Art Deco diamond jabot pin made in gold and platinum in the 1920’s.

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Art Deco diamond jabot pin made in gold and platinum in the 1920’s.

This jabot pin was hand made in 18 carat gold and platinum in the Art Deco era of the 1920’s. Set with rose cut diamonds and a mine cut diamond, the jabot pin actually goes back to the 18th century.

A brief history on the jabot pin:

The jabot pin was first made in the 18th century and were actually worn by men to secure the ruffled lace at the front of their shirts, called a “jabot”. Differing from a brooch, in that they are worn with each side showing and the fabric visible between the two ends. Finding a major resurgence in popularity during the Art Deco period of the 1920’sto the 1940’s, many of them were made in gold or platinum, and it is not uncommon to find many set with coloured gemstones and diamonds.

Click here to see some more Art Deco brooches that are currently in store:

https://kalmarantiques.com.au/product-category/art-deco/art-deco-brooch-art-deco/1

Click here to see a small selection of antique brooches that are currently in store:

https://kalmarantiques.com.au/product-category/antique/antique-brooch-antique/

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