Antique French Diamond Salamander Pin
One definition of a salamander is: a mythical animal having the power to endure fire without harm. This diminutive ruby-eyed amphibian, hailing from the Victorian era (but of French origin - circa 1890), creates its own fire. Shimmering with 32 rose-cut diamonds, he has positioned himself in a graceful serpentine curve, ready to add some sparkle--and a little whimsy--to your ensemble. Total diamond weight, .65 carat. Hand engraved and hand fabricated in silver over 18K gold, it measures 1 1/2 inches by 1/2 inch. French marks on pin clasp.
Item Number 50-1-10686
Silver over 18 Karat Gold
1 1/2 Inch
1/2 Inch
1/4 Inch
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Gemstone Details Gemstone Details
32 Rose Cut Diamonds
Carat Weight: 0.65 carat
Color: H-I-J
Clarity: VS-SI
Total Diamond Carat Weight: 0.65

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