This petite but eye catching vintage pin is a perfect example of Mid-century modern style and Guilloché enameling. Guilloché enamel is a technique popularized in the 1880s by Peter Carl Fabergé, best known for his Fabergé eggs, in which a surface is engraved with an intricate repeating pattern and then covered with glass enamel. This 14 karat yellow gold pin is delicately bezel set with one .02 carat old European cut diamond which is perfectly color contrasted by the teal blue and white of the enamel. Ready to be worn vertical, horizontal, or diagonal depending on your outfit styling.
This Art Deco hand-engraved 14 karat white gold brooch features five Old European Cut diamonds for a total weight of .29 carat and two French cut synthetic sapphire accent stones. It's a lovely piece for your lapel or a little something blue for your wedding.
This antique Edwardian brooch is handmade in platinum with a 1.23 carat Old European Cut center diamond of VVS quality. It also features over 100 mixed Old European cut and old round single cut diamonds weighing over 3.50 carat total. The piece measures 25x65 mm and rises 4 mm up off of the pin mechanism.
14 Karat Yellow Gold Art Nouveau Coral, Pearl and Diamond Pendant-Brooch Combination
A vintage handmade yellow gold pendant with a floral design motif, complete with sculpted leaves and wire-like branches, inlaid with a warm reddish-orange oval cabochon coral and accented with round white pearls and one old European cut diamond weighing approximately .40 carat. The beautiful chain was handmade with alternating regular and knotted links. The chain may be removed and the pendant converts to a brooch for more ways to wear this piece.
Edwardian Era Platinum, Diamond and Emerald Brooch
Need a 'Something Blue'? This Art Deco Era diamond and synthetic sapphire bar pin is fabricated in platinum and set with 3.05 carat of Old European Cut and Old Mine Cut diamonds. This brooch can be worn in many ways as a timeless statement piece.