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This unusual French jabot* pin brooch is ornamented with a gun dog and duck in flight.
Both animals are embellished with well colour matched old Dutch cut diamonds and millegrain decoration.
Each animal has a cabochon ruby eye.
The hallmarked pin is secured via the twist and push fit sleeve to the reverse of the dog.
The hallmarks to the reverse of the pin include the two French hallmarks (eagle's head) and the 18 ct fineness mark (750).
This antique diamond pin brooch is supplied with an independent diamond grading card .
* Jabot pins were initially worn when men's shirts had a ruffle to the front. The pin was employed to keep the ruffle in place.
Jabot pins have subsequently been worn by men as either cravat or tie pins, and by ladies as brooches or lapel pins.
Colour (average grades) G
Clarity (average grades) SI 1
Cut Old Dutch
Content (total)0.15 carat
Overall length 8cm/3.1"
Length of duck 2.7cm/1.1"
Length of dog 2.5cm/1"
Height of duck 1.9cm/0.75"
Height of dog 1cm/0.4"
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The diamond pin brooch is in excellent condition and the hallmarks to the reverse are very clear.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of antique jewellery/estate jewelry.
Date: Circa 1900
This item is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear