A Late Victorian Diamond-set Brooch
A late Victorian diamond-set brooch, in the form of a corgi dog, pavé set with old brilliant and rose cut diamonds, estimated to weigh a total of 0.7 carats, and a cabochon ruby eyes, silver set to a gold mount with a brooch pin fitting, circa 1900,overall measuring approximately 1.6 x 2.3cm, gross weight 4.1 grams.
A charming little Victorian brooch in the shape of a corgi. This brooch depicts the dog in wonderful detail, its body set with an array of dazzling old cut diamonds. The vivid ruby eye of the dog is glinting, and the overall effect is both whimsical and luxurious. This brooch exemplifies the late Victorian taste for animal-inspired jewellery pieces and would look handsome pinned to a lapel or scarf.
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