Edwardian Diamond & Aquamarine Bar Brooch
A pretty Jewellery made in the Edwardian era (1901-1914). A type of brooch in the form of a horizontal bar with decoration along its length or with gemstones or a decorative motif at the centre and gemstones at the terminals. set with an oval Aquamarine (from the Latin, “water from the sea”) is, as the name suggests, a pale green bluish to medium dark blue member of the beryl family. Due to its lovely, limpid color and its durability aquamarine has been one of the most popular gemstones from ancient times to the present day. 7.5 - 8 on the Mohs scale. The birthstone of March and 19th year ann... More and small diamonds and two A natural stone is called such because it has not been subjected to any treatments. pearls. It was made circa 1910 and is 62.5% pure gold (or 625 parts pure gold and 375 parts other metals). Popular during the Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco eras but was discontinued in the mid-1930s. gold and Derives from the Spanish word 'platina' meaning 'little silver'. Acknowledged since the 1900s, platinum's durability and natural brightness has been and still is today highly treasured A metallic element prized for its rarity, whiteness, high tensile strength and insusceptibility to corrosion, platinum first became widely used in jewellery in the late ninete... More.
Date & Origin
Aquamarine 60 points
4 small rose diamonds
2 natural half drilled pearls
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