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.
I would use this brooch to anchor a gorgeous, jewel-toned scarf to a black dress or to adorn the lapel of a beautiful coat or trench.
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.
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