*Boucheron 1920 Paris Art deco enamel brooch in platinum with 3.01 cts in diamonds & jade
A jeweled brooch designed by Boucheron.
Beautiful antique piece created in Paris France by the house of Boucheron during the art deco period, circa 1920's. A one-of-a-kind pin brooch carefully rafted in .900/.999 platinum with .100.,999 iridium and embellished with applications of black hot enamel. Suited at the back, with a hinged pin bar with a trombone lock to wear horizontal or vertical.
The middle sections is bezel set, with an oval cabochon cut (6.5 by 10 by 4 mm), of a natural jadeite green jade of 2.11 carats.
Prong set with 42 European round brilliant cuts diamonds, 0.90 carats, F color, VS/SI clarity. All gemstones settings are finished at top with millegrain patterns.
Have a total weight of 7.3 grams and a a measures of 62 mm by 11 mm (2.56 x 0.43 inches).
Stamped, with the French hallmarks; the dog's head for the assay and guaranty of the platinum, the maker's maitre cartouche and the signature with partial serial numbers, "BOUCHERON PARIS B tr SG DG MODELE DEPOSE".
It is in perfect condition.
INVENTORY REF: P0000SCEN/.2105