En Pampille

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En pampille refers to a style in which a series of gems, typically diamonds, are arranged as a cascade. The gems descend in size and terminate in a very small "icicle-shaped" pendant. Found on brooches and earrings of the nineteenth century.

An antique diamond brooch of en pampille design mounted in silver and gold. Circa 1860.Photo Courtesy of Christie's.
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