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Edwardian No-Heat Sapphire and Diamond Brooch - GIA
ABOUT THIS BROOCH
Like a beautifully woven piece of fine lace, this delightfully dainty Edwardian-era brooch (dating back to the first or second decade of the twentieth century) is a light and airy work of small leaves and flowers glittering with bright single-cut diamonds that scintillate all around a glimmering .71 carat teal blue sapphire. Hand-fabricated in platinum, it will make a very pretty showing wherever you choose to pin it. Total diamond weight, .70 carat. Digital report available stating: No heat. *Cambodia - origin. *In the world of sapphires, those closest in color to Kashmir (the rarest and most coveted) and Burmese (close runner up) originate from Pailin, Cambodia.