Lot 48 (The Jewellery Auction, 11th August 2019)
Sold for £550
In generally worn condition.
Metal generally scratched and discoloured.
Red gems generally cracked, chipped and abraded.
Diamonds of a good white colour.
Typical small black and white specs visible under magnification.
All stones intact.
FLAG OF THE CITY OF LONDON RED GEM SET AND DIAMOND SHIELD BROOCH,
early twentieth century, the square red gems forming the cross, surrounded by round brilliant cut diamonds to the shield, the diamonds totalling approximately 1.30 carats, with rose coloured dagger motif to the top left quarter, 38mm high, unmarked, 7.2g
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