An important Art Deco diamond and emerald brooch, attributed to Oscar Heyman, in the form of a circle, set with a heart-shaped diamond estimated to weigh 2½ carats, assessed to be of I-J colour and VS2-SI1 clarity, a pear-shaped diamond estimated to weigh 1¼ carats, assessed to be of H-I colour and VS clarity, a pear-shaped emerald estimated to weigh 1.1 carats, set with old European, baguette and Swiss-cut diamonds estimated to weigh an approximate further total of 7 carats, embellished with small calibre-cut emeralds and black enamel decorations, mounted in platinum, circa 1925, measuring 4.9cm in diameter, gross weight 19.7 grams. Compare with similar, lot 266, Sotheby’s Magnificient Jewels, Geneva, 10th May 2022.
A fabulous Art Deco brooch deemed to be made by Oscar Heyman. Founded in 1912 in New York, Oscar Heyman, whose clients included the imperial jeweller Faberge and Elizabeth Taylor, was known for creating bold and stylish pieces which are still loved today. This brooch perfectly captures the essence of Art Deco in its design and streamlined style. The fresh green of the emeralds and the jet black of the enamel contrast marvellously with the glimmering diamonds. Sparkling and bright, this brooch would look marvellous pinned to the collar of a black blazer.
An important Art Deco diamond and emerald brooch, attributed to Oscar Heyman, in the form of a circle, set with a heart-shaped diamond estimated to weigh 2½ carats, assessed to be of I-J colour and VS2-SI1 clarity, a pear-shaped diamond ...
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