Victorian Diamond Daisy Brooch c.1900
A stylish Victorian brooch designed as a posy of daisy flowers.
Each 'daisy' has a central diamond finely claw set within white enamelled petals. The flower heads are attached to a gold stem which are tied together with a textured gold 'thread'. The brooch has its original high carat gilding and a gold pin to the reverse.
In the Victorian meaning of flowers the daisy symbolises innocence and purity.
The brooch is finely made and in wonderful condition with no damage to the enamel.
Price Code: B, £500 - £1000
Era: Victorian, 1839 - 1901
Measurements: Brooch 4.1cm in length, 1.9cm at widest point. It weighs 4.1g
Hallmarks: Unmarked tests 18ct gold