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Two of the swallows* incorporated in to the unusual design are crafted in 18ct white gold and embellished with a total of sixty-nine, well colour matched Dutch cut diamonds of various sizes.
The arrangement is accented with the third swallow being entirely crafted in 18 carat yellow gold, with a textured finish representing its feathers.
Old round cut rubies have been used to create the birds' eyes.
This stunning and original Victorian brooch secures to the reverse with a hinged pin and push fit clasp.
NOTE* During the Victorian era, sentimentality was reflected in jewellery designs, with swallows representing love, care and affection towards family and loved ones. The swallow exemplifying the concept of 'always returning'.
Colour (average grades) H
Clarity (average grades) SI2
Content (total) 0.55 carat
Cut Old round
Content (total) 0.04 carat
Length of setting (across pin) 4.20cm/1.65"
Width across setting 3.50cm/1.37"
Height of setting 4.2mm/0.16
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The brooch is a very good gauge of gold and in excellent condition.
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35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear