Sometimes you look at a piece of jewelry and it looks like a piece of jewelry. Other times it looks like a tiny piece of art that you could wear if you were lucky.
This diamond rose brooch is a little rectangle of diamond perfection.
Designed by Lacloche in 1925, this brooch is designed as a pavé-set diamond sculpted rose, extending single and circular-cut diamond tapered leaves and buds. The rose is bordered by in a single and baguette-cut diamond rectangular frame. The diamonds are mounted in platinum and 18 karat white gold.
This Art Deco diamond rose brooch was listed in Christie’s 22 April 2010 Jewels auction. All images and info are thanks to Christie’s.