Met Gala, Red Carpet worthy, we could go on...but the comparisons still fall far short of the real thing.
At 4 3/4 inches in length and encrusted with over 10.5 carats of diamonds, set your sights on the jewel of a lifetime.
French in origin, and dating to circa 1860, the Napolean III era, this arrow and target brooch pierces the senses with dazzle and sublime chic style.
For the sartorially confident, this gender-neutral brooch could be adapted for a coat, sweater, gown, jeans, or even worn as a hair ornament.
Two hundred and eleven diamonds bedizen every surface with one pear cut, old mine, cushion, and rectangular cuts for heart-stopping targeted impact.
Talented and clever designers utilized brown and yellow diamonds for a portion of the target, and white for the remainder. This color variation imparts a three-dimensionality to the oval spokes.
Two hundred and eleven diamonds
Total weight of 10.57 carats
One hundred sixty-three at H-J
A few at K-L
Forty-seven at light-yellow brown
18k Rose gold over silver for back and pin fittings