An unusual emerald, aquamarine and diamond brooch, 1930s

We are fascinated and intrigued by this very unusual - and probably unique - brooch depicting a stylised landscape of mountains, lakes and forests.

In our opinion the diamond element is considerably earlier and may have formed part of a larger jewel – certainly the way the diamonds are cut suggests a date from the previous century, with stones re-used from an older piece.

The brooch also evokes the work of Boivin and Belperron to us, but with absolutely no poinçons or other clues it is impossible to speculate further.

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An emerald, aquamarine and diamond brooch, set with cushion-shaped diamonds, pear-shaped emeralds and calibré-cut aquamarines.

Dimensions: 5.7cm x 4.4cm


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