Georgian 'En Tremblant' Diamond Flower Brooch
A ravishing and remarkable late-18th~early-19th century
flower brooch masterfully crafted 'en tremblant': "En tremblant" is a French term - meaning "to tremble". It was first used to describe 18th and 19th century jewelry where parts of the diamond set pieces were attached to a trembler to create movement in the jewel when worn. Brooches in particular were fitted this way which was particularly effective in reflecting the fire of candlelight. (Courtesy of AJU - Antique Jewelry University). This magnificent example is intricately crafted in silver over 18 karat gold and glistens all over with an array of closely set old mine-cut and rose-cut diamonds totaling 5.50 carats. The brooch is comfortably nestled in a leather box from the venerable London purveyor of rare jewels - S.J. Phillips. 3 inches by 1 3/4 inches.
Item Number 50-1-4560
Silver over 18 Karat Gold
2 7/8"
1 3/4"
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264 Mixed Cut Diamonds
Carat Weight: 5.50 carat
Color: H-I-J
Clarity: SI-SI1-SI2-I1
Total Diamond Carat Weight: 5.50
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