Story

The precious metal platinum is not only beautiful but possesses exceptional strength allowing extremely narrow and fine detailing. Here we see that characteristic at work in a fine example of an Edwardian era brooch. A delicate lace-like structure has the ability to support a grand and glorious emerald cut natural peridot of an estimated 12 carats. The large gem is centered within a labyrinth of sensuous scrolls, curlicues and curves accented with mille graining.

Drilled and wired around the perimeter are forty-two (42) natural saltwater pearls (untested but guaranteed to be natural) creating a frame for a spider web of platinum interspersed with seventy-two (72) rose cut diamonds of a total estimated weight of .30 carats. The brooch is accompanied by its (original) grey and gold tooled leather box with fitted cream interior which reads “London & Ryder, 17 New Bond Street, London W.” in gold script.

Date: Circa 1910.

Item 15701

Natural Wonder: Peridot Pearl Brooch with Box

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Measurements: 1-1/4 inches (3.2 cm) in total length by 1 inch (2.5 cm). Weight of 9.1 grams (5.9 dwt).

Condition: Excellent.

Origin: English.

Note: All gemstone weights are approximated by measurement and formula and may vary from actual if removed. All metals are acid tested.

Story

The precious metal platinum is not only beautiful but possesses exceptional strength allowing extremely narrow and fine detailing. Here we see that characteristic at work in a fine example of an Edwardian era brooch. A delicate lace-like structure has the ability to support a grand and glorious emerald cut natural peridot of an estimated 12 carats. The large gem is centered within a labyrinth of sensuous scrolls, curlicues and curves accented with mille graining.

Drilled and wired around the perimeter are forty-two (42) natural saltwater pearls (untested but guaranteed to be natural) creating a frame for a spider web of platinum interspersed with seventy-two (72) rose cut diamonds of a total estimated weight of .30 carats. The brooch is accompanied by its (original) grey and gold tooled leather box with fitted cream interior which reads “London & Ryder, 17 New Bond Street, London W.” in gold script.

Date: Circa 1910.

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