Fine Victorian Pearl & Diamond Pietra Dura Brooch

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Fine Victorian Pearl & Diamond Pietra Dura Brooch

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Pietra dura is the art of using the inlay technique of using cut and fitted, highly polished coloured stones to create images. It is considered a decorative art. This Victorian brooch is a fine example of this art having a lovely floral design. Mounted in a 15ct yellow gold frame (no hallmark but tested) with a pretty pearl (52 in total) edging with an old cushion cut diamond set into a fleur de lis design at north, south, east and west. Hinge pin and 'C' catch. Gross weight 21g.

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Product Specification

Period / Style Victorian (1837 – 1901)
Item Location This item is available to buy online only.
Main Stone Pearl
Jewellery Material Yellow Gold
Jewellery Type Brooches, Pins & Dress Clips
Item Code 11-PH5638/7

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