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ITEM: Vintage Platinum Diamond Filigree Pin / Brooch
COMPOSITION: Platinum, Acid tested
GEM: Old European Cut Diamond .35 Carat, Larger Accent Diamonds .23 Carat Each, Accent Diamonds .93 ctw
CONDITION: Estate Item, Very Good
WEIGHT: 10.5 Grams
MEASUREMENT: 2 3/8″ X 7/8″
MARKS: None. Acid tested to platinum standard.
COMMENTS: Featured here is a beautiful filigree pin that was crafted of platinum in the Art Deco era! It is rare to find such a beautiful piece is this excellent of condition! The design is timeless and can easily be converted into a pendant if you don’t wear pins. Photographed is the pin hanging sideways on a chain so you can have a visual of the size as a pendant, It can also be hung vertically! The intricate filigree and engraved milgrain detail is beautiful! The main diamond is .35 carat, each large accent stone is about 1/4 carat and there is 93 points more throughout the piece! The diamonds are all full cut, VS2 – Si1 Clarity, Old European cut. I could stare at this lovely piece all day! Art deco era, circa 1920-30’s. Pictured as received from a local estate. This vintage pin will touch your heart and soul with its timeless beauty. There’s something magical about jewelry from another era, with its own story to tell. Pictured as received from a local estate. Very good estate condition with minimal wear indicative of age. Items will be cleaned but natural patina will be preserved if applicable. Polishing to near new is always FREE upon request!
The Art Deco Period, which began around 1920 and ended about 1935, produced brilliant jewelry which was in contrast to the jewelry of the previous periods. The emphasis shifted from soft colors and flowing lines to bold, bright colors and straight lines. Women cut their long hair and began wearing it short and boyish. This was the era of jazz and flappers! Art Deco jewelry complimented the flamboyant and playful attitude of the day and remains a favorite of collectors today.