An antique diamond crescent brooch, set with old-cut diamonds, weighing an estimated total of 4.50ct, in a three row design, with an inner row and...
Antique Diamond and Silver Upon Gold Crescent Brooch, 4.00ct, Circa 1880
An antique crescent moon brooch, the body is set with two rows of old mine-cut diamonds, graduating in size, weighing an estimated total of 4.00 carats, grain set in silver, with a plain inner curve and cut down set outer curve, with gold gallery work below, mounted in silver-upon-gold, with a removable pin and later roller catch fitting. The inner curve is numbered 2208, with scratched invoice number -/S2170, circa 1880. In Victorian symbolism the crescent or new moon represented a new relationship. Hopeful it will "wax" into matrimony.
- Circa 1880
- Victorian crescent brooch
- Approximate Measurements
- Height 30mm, width 28.4mm
- Country of origin
- Good - Wear consistent with age
- Approximate weight
- 8 grams
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