Antique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star BroochAntique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star BroochAntique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star BroochAntique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star BroochAntique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star BroochAntique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star BroochAntique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star Brooch
Antique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star Brooch
Antique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star Brooch
Antique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star Brooch
Antique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star Brooch
Antique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star Brooch
Antique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star Brooch
Antique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star Brooch

Story

Unsurpassed no heat rubies set this crescent moon ablaze with saturated true red hues.

Match those with antique diamonds along with a single natural pearl and all the stars align to create an unforgettable Edwardian brooch.

Seventeen luscious rubies are oval and cushion cut and faceted that add up to 1.68 carats. With every movement, the rubies give off their luminous crimson sparkle.

As for the diamonds, 13 line the inner rim of the moon shape and are set into platinum. At a combined weight of .20 carats, their color reads white and shimmering at G-I, clarity SI1-2.

At the center, a natural button saltwater pearl of .36 mm serves as a star amidst the waning moon.

In 10k yellow gold, the brooch dates to circa 1890 and is likely English in origin. Celestial themes never fail to be highly sought after, always collectible and naturally evocative.

Note: The rubies are slightly darker and redder than they appear in our video and photographs.

Antique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star BroochAntique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star BroochAntique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star BroochAntique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star BroochAntique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star BroochAntique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star BroochAntique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star Brooch
Item 21157

Antique No Heat Ruby Crescent Moon & Star Brooch

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Date: Circa 1890.

Measurements: Length of 1 13/16 inches. The moon is 13/16 inches in diameter. Weight of 6.4 grams.

Condition: Excellent.

Origin: Most likely English.

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Story

Unsurpassed no heat rubies set this crescent moon ablaze with saturated true red hues.

Match those with antique diamonds along with a single natural pearl and all the stars align to create an unforgettable Edwardian brooch.

Seventeen luscious rubies are oval and cushion cut and faceted that add up to 1.68 carats. With every movement, the rubies give off their luminous crimson sparkle.

As for the diamonds, 13 line the inner rim of the moon shape and are set into platinum. At a combined weight of .20 carats, their color reads white and shimmering at G-I, clarity SI1-2.

At the center, a natural button saltwater pearl of .36 mm serves as a star amidst the waning moon.

In 10k yellow gold, the brooch dates to circa 1890 and is likely English in origin. Celestial themes never fail to be highly sought after, always collectible and naturally evocative.

Note: The rubies are slightly darker and redder than they appear in our video and photographs.