Story

The Edwardian era was awash in femininity. Draping garlands and organic wreathes of green marked wall decorations as bouquets of fresh flowers graced table upon tabletop. Jewelry was no exception. Here 14k yellow gold unites with enamel in the creation of a most sensuous brooch to incorporate the crescent moon, again a symbol of femininity embracing a delicate night blooming flower enrobed in shades of crimson and purple. At the center an old mine cut diamond of an estimated .03 carats sparkles. The reverse reveals a brooch fitting with watch hanger.

Date: Circa 1900.

Item 15393

Night A’bloom: Crescent Moon Brooch

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Measurements: 1 inch (2.5 cm) at the longest by 7/8 of an inch (2.1 cm) in width. Weight of 2.8 grams (1.8 dwt).

Hallmarks: Pat. (patent mark on the safety).

Condition: Excellent.

Origin: American.

Note: Diamond has not been removed to preserve the integrity of the setting. Weight is approximated by measurement and formula and may vary from actual weight. All metals are acid tested.

Story

The Edwardian era was awash in femininity. Draping garlands and organic wreathes of green marked wall decorations as bouquets of fresh flowers graced table upon tabletop. Jewelry was no exception. Here 14k yellow gold unites with enamel in the creation of a most sensuous brooch to incorporate the crescent moon, again a symbol of femininity embracing a delicate night blooming flower enrobed in shades of crimson and purple. At the center an old mine cut diamond of an estimated .03 carats sparkles. The reverse reveals a brooch fitting with watch hanger.

Date: Circa 1900.

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