Belle Époque Platinum, Gold, Sapphire and Diamond Devant de Corsage
Centering one oval sapphire ap. 11.31 cts., framed by a scalloped border set with 12 old-mine cut diamonds ap. 3.00 cts., set within a diamond-set four-lobed wreath, quartered by 4 old-mine cut diamonds ap. 4.00 cts., flanked by two diamond-set looped ribbons, suspending a double-strand swag composed of diamond-set florets, flanked by two graduated lines of diamond-set florets terminating in a diamond-set fringe, set with 33 old-mine cut diamonds ap. 9.30 cts., accented by 200 old-mine cut diamonds ap. 6.00 cts., further accented by rose-cut diamonds, circa 1905, ap. 40.6 dwts.
With AGL report no. 1111103 stating Ceylon (Sri Lanka) origin, with no gemological evidence of heat or clarity enhancement.
Provenance: Caroline Astor Wilson
C Property from the Wilson Family Collection
Additional Notes & Condition Report
Larger diamonds: few G-most H-I-few J-VS-SI.
Diamonds: H-I-J-SI-few Imperfect, several small chips.
Lead solder visible at few links on reverse.
4 3/16 x 4 1/8 inches.
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