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...
Victorian Opal Diamond and Gold Crescent Brooch, Circa 1880
A Victorian opal crescent moon brooch, set with oval opal cabochons, graduating in size, with old mine-cut diamonds set between the outer edge of the opals, with a plain inner curve, with fleur-de-lys claws and crown claw outer curve, with a two row gallery bezel, mounted in gold, with a pin and hook catch fitting, 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
- Opal and diamond
- Approximate Measurements
- Length 29.5mm, width 27.3mm
- Country of origin
- United Kingdom
- Very good - with light wear consistent with age and use
- Approximate weight
- 7.89 grams
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