Regency Diamond Maltese Cross Pendant/Brooch


£19,750.00 Regular price

Jewellery Sector: Fine & High Jewellery

Curated By: Joanna Hardy

Main Material: Silver

Period: 19th Century

Condition Report: Excellent Condition


This superb diamond Maltese cross pendant/brooch is set throughout with more than ten carats of dazzling old-cut diamonds. The central diamond scintillates wonderfully, and the surrounding diamonds make this detailed piece eye-catching and luxurious. This piece can be worn as either a brooch or a pendant and was made around 1820. It would look stunning pinned to an evening gown or strung from a velvet ribbon. A diamond Maltese cross in very good condition with a clasp as later addition.

Joanna Hardy says: “This is quite a statement jewel. It is an early jewel and, therefore, it is quite flat in design, with only the nine principal stones having open backs.

Materials & Features
Metal: Silver, 18ct gold (tested, unhallmarked)
Gemstone: Diamond (average SI2 clarity)
Measurements: 4.6 x 4.6cm
Weight: 22.5g
Stone Cut: Cushion-shaped diamond estimated to weigh 1.4 carats, fifty-two old mine-cut diamonds estimated to weigh a further total of 9.1 carats
Period: ca.1820
Origin: United Kingdom
Condition Report: Very good condition, wear commensurate with age


Seller ID: BSAFJ

Item Location: London, United Kingdom


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