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Wonderful Bar Brooch With 2,35 Ct Diamonds In White Gold, Art Deco Around 1930


€ 4,290.00 *
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Wonderful Bar Brooch With 2,35 Ct Diamonds In White Gold, Art Deco Around 1930
Wonderful Bar Brooch With 2,35 Ct Diamonds In White Gold, Art Deco Around 1930
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This description was automatically translated from German. If you have any questions about this piece of jewellery, we will be happy to help!
It was hard to imagine the first decades of the 20th century without the bar brooch from the well-stocked jewellery box. They were worn in many different ways, and particularly creatively during the Art Deco period. For example, the German fashion journal "Die Dame" let it be known in its fashion notes of 1925 that people now wore "rather voluminous pins, which always look best at the front of the waist as a clasp or finish to an insert." But they could also be seen as the finial of a blouse collar, or even pinned over garçonnes ties. The brooch here shows an elongated shape with slightly wavy edges. It is set by five transitional cut diamonds, total weight of about 1.75 ct with beautiful white colour. Made in 14-karat white gold, it is quite in line with the fashion of its time. Delicate arabesques punctuate the white surface with fine sawn details. Twenty octagonal diamonds and glittering milegrains add extra sparkle to the design. The pin dates to around 1930 and is in very good condition. Thanks to a bayonet clasp, it closes securely. Then as now, its uses are many: pin it vertically on the lapel of a blazer, horizontally on a belt band, for example, or use it to secure the neckline of a wrap-around blouse. This elegant piece of jewelry came to us from Minden.
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Wonderful Bar Brooch With 2,35 Ct Diamonds In White Gold, Art Deco Around 1930
Light And Shadow
€ 4,290.00 *
Content 1 piece
Incl. VAT, Shipping

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