14K & Silver Victorian Diamond Crescent Star Arrow Brooch
A very rare early Victorian c.1840 crescent-star-arrow combination in the form of a brooch, crafted in 14k gold & silver.
This is dated to the start of the Victorian era, end of the Georgian era, as the diamonds used are rose cut diamonds, and it is foiled and closed back, weighing approx. 3.68ctw by spread.
The crescent is stunning, with the brooch and catch pin working well. The side of the crescent features an early Victorian variation of the "pierced gallery", which will later form a favourite feature among jewellers throughout the Victorian era.
As this brooch is in wonderful quality & condition, we have decided not to convert it into a necklace, and offer it up as an original brooch. We can convert the piece to a necklace upon request.
It measures 56mm across, the crescent 19mm x 18.5mm height, and the star 12mm across.
Note: Please note that as the diamonds are foiled, it is advisable that the piece does not get wet or exposed to water. It can be gently cleaned by wiping it down with a wrung out damp cloth.
Era - Victorian c.1840
Materials - 14k gold and silver / Rose Cut Diamond
Carat Weight - Diamond: 3.68ctw by spread
Measurements - Arrow: 56mm across / Crescent: 19mm x 18.5mm height / Star: 12mm across