18K white gold lady’s diamond studded large fancy custom made floral and ribbon design brooch. Two & four prong setting.
5 round brilliant cut diamonds measuring 3mm = approximate total carat weight: 0.50ct, clarity: VS, Color: G/H, cut: medium
22 marquise cut diamonds: approximately 3.50cts total weight, measuring 6.8mm x 3mm x 1.9mm to 4.5mm x 2mm x 1.5mm
Clarity: VS1 & SI1, color: F/G (set), cut: good
29 baguette cut diamonds approximately 1.40cts total weight, measuring 3.8mm x 2.1mm to 2mm x 1mm, (3 chipped) clarity: VS & SI1, color: F/G (set), cut: good
35 round single cut diamonds measuring 1.2mm to 1.8mm = total carat weight 0.60ct approximately, clarity: VS to SI, cut: medium to good
Total Brooch weight: 15.8 grams
Please refer to photos and description above as a reference to condition of the item. If there are any additional photos you may want to see, please do not hesitate to ask and we will add requested photos. Appraisal shown in photos done by the most strict grader in the city of Montreal.
For sale is this beautiful vintage 18k yellow gold brooch in the form of a stork in flight.
Executed with exceptional engraved detail for feathers and a ruby set eye.
The brooch is signed Hermes Paris and numbered 25729.
It has a double pin closer and one pin fits into a trombone clasp.
I was told this piece was purchased in the 1950s but it can date before that.Measurements: (approx.)
2 1/4” long by 1 1/2” tall
Weight: 16.5 grams
Condition: Excellent vintage condition
Hallmarks: fully hallmarked with No. 25729 / HERMÈS PARIS / EAGLES HEAD / and marks on pinsSymbolic Meaning of the Stork:
The stork is considered a regal creature with many symbolic meanings.
Apart from symbolizing the birth of a newborn it also represents
Renewal, Provision, Motherhood, New Birth, Creativity, Longevity, Prosperity
Protection, Purity, Fidelity
Good luck – in Asian cultures
In China the stork represents good fortune and good luck and it’s very often featured in their art. It also represent luck in business and family because storks are considered super-clever and very resourceful when it comes to getting what they want.
If you have any questions or if you would like to see any additional photos, please don’t hesitate to ask.
The Krementz jewelry story began in the 1860’s when George Krementz founded his company in Newark, New Jersey. Their original intent was to create men’s jewelry, such as collar buttons and cufflinks.
Collectors looking to start or add to a collection of Krementz jewelry are often seeking the older pieces, particularly the late Victorian and Art Nouveau/Art Deco pieces such as this particular piece.
Weight: 4.48 grams
The piece is in excellent condition. Please use detailed photos as a reference to the condition of the brooch. If you would like to see any specific additional photo of the item, do not hesitate to ask.
Hallmarks: “14k” and the Krementz symbol which looks like a fish hook.
Beautiful 15ct seed pearl brooch
There is no makers mark but an extremely similar piece was found and signed by Y. Holt
Weight: 3.77 grams
1) “15 .625” (15 carat or 62.5% gold)
2) Anchor (Birmingham)
3 “b” (year 1857)
Hallmark info is to the best of our knowledge and may not be 100% accurate
Overall in good condition. I believe the clasp has been changed because of there seems to have been soldering done.
Small indentation on one of the sides of the brooch but in my opinion this does not affect the beauty of this piece. . Please use photos as a reference to the condition.
If there re any additional photos you would like to see please let us know.