A fine, antique crescent, honeymoon brooch featuring a cultured pearl flanked by a row of synthetic Rubies graduating in size, with tiny genuine rose-cut diamonds nestled in between.
This striking brooch has vivid red stones, with twelve rose-cut diamonds, twinkling like stars.
The romantic Victorians and Edwardians gave “honeymoon” brooches to their loved ones on the eve of their wedding, the crescent motif symbolises a new beginning, together as a married couple.
Hallmarked: 9, 375 (denotes 9ct gold) anchor (birmingham assay mark) h (date letter for 1907/08) together with makers mark
Complete with gold pin & c-clasp fitting
MEASUREMENTS: 50.5 x 5mm
WEIGHT: 2.8 GRAMS
HALLMARKS: As above
DATE: Edwardian (1901 to 1910)