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Superb German 18K Gold Diamond Sapphire & Ruby Flower Bouquet Pin/Brooch
Superb German 18K Gold Diamond Sapphire & Ruby Flower Bouquet Pin/Brooch
Superb German 18K Gold Diamond Sapphire & Ruby Flower Bouquet Pin/Brooch
Superb German 18K Gold Diamond Sapphire & Ruby Flower Bouquet Pin/Brooch
Superb German 18K Gold Diamond Sapphire & Ruby Flower Bouquet Pin/Brooch
Superb German 18K Gold Diamond Sapphire & Ruby Flower Bouquet Pin/Brooch
Essex Jewelry and Antiques

Superb German 18K Gold Diamond Sapphire & Ruby Flower Bouquet Pin/Brooch

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Presented is a stunning diamond, sapphire and ruby pin done in 18 karat yellow gold. The pin is done in a design of a stylized bouquet of flowers. There are 6 modern brilliant cut diamonds of about 8 points each in size. These are vibrant stones of VS1 or better clarity, of H color. The rubies are about 10-12 points each in size, lovely red stones, very well matched in color. The sapphires are about 10-12 points each as well, all rich blue stones, also well matched in color. This is a beautiful pin, made with high quality materials by a renowned maker.

The pin is in great condition. The stones are all well and securely set. The clasp functions well and closes securely. The shaft of the pin is not bent, it follows the curve of the piece. There are no breaks and no repairs.

The pin is hallmarked 750 for 18 karat gold as well as a maker's mark for Stoess* one of Germany and Europe's top jewelers.

The pin is about 2 1/2 inches long.

This piece weighs 14.8 grams.

*From internet sources:
Wilhelm Stoess founded the STOESS studio in 1886 in Berlin Friedrichstrasse, near Unter den Linden. He returned to the capital of Germany after a 10-year
creative career in Parisian jewelry studios. Among his clients was Tsar Nicholas II from St. Petersburg.