Lieve

Stunning Victorian Ladybird brooch
€575.00

During the Victorian era, there were a lot of jewels made based on nature’s most wonderful scenes. This beautiful jewel is no different. This Victorian brooch is decorated with a ladybird resting on a shield. This shield is flanked by two small but stunning flowers. In the centre of these silver flowers we find two rose cut diamonds. A rose cut diamond is created to reflect candle light on there big facets. Therefore they give a warmer sparkle than modern cut brilliant diamonds. 

1

The detailing of the ladybird itself is also stunning. The body is made out of a red tourmaline cabochon. Over the centre runs a small line made out of 18K rose gold to create the illusion of two separate wing covers. This 18k rose gold is also used to create the small legs of the ladybird. The upper body and head are made out of silver, this upper body is jewelled with two small rose cut diamonds. And last but not least, the eyes of this exquisite ladybird are two small old cut rubies.

1

On the side of the little c-clasp on the back, we find an eagle stamp. This hallmark is only used by French goldsmiths and was introduced in 1838. Since the jewel comes from the time when Queen Victoria reigned, we can also state that this brooch was made by hand. And if you ask us it’s made a highly skilled goldsmith since the details are incredibly beautifully finished.

1

This antique brooch has it all, literally and figuratively, almost all most common precious metals are used and there are some diamonds and other gemstones incorporated into this jewel. It is beautiful, playful, dazzling, very detailed, classy, ​​symmetrical, cheerful, ... . Moreover, according to many, the butterfly is a good luck charm and we believe it never hurts to have a good luck charm with you.

1

B 5
1 Item

Features

14,4 mm
44,7 mm
11 mm
4,53 gr
1 ct