Edwardian Platinum Diamond Brooch

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An Edwardian platinum brooch, set  with single-cut and old European-cut diamonds. The brooch is accented with bronze and golden pearls in the center. Circa 1900-1915. 

About the time period: Edwardian was the dominant decorative style at the turn of the twentieth century, named after Edward VII of England, who was on the throne from 1901 to 1910. Fashion became light and airy, with an emphasis on ethereal white layers, delicate lace and a feminine silhouette. Jewelers recreated Belgian lace and downy feathers in platinum, diamonds and pearls. The beginning of the twentieth century was a time of luxury, elegance and refined beauty.

  • Diamonds: 4.15 total carat weight,  I-J color, SI clarity 
  • Pearls: 4.10 mm - 3.20 mm
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