A lapis lazuli and diamond brooch crafted in the Edwardian era. The brooch comprises a large circular, lapis lazuli gem in a cabochon cut. The laps measures approx. 28.00mm diameter x 10.10mm deep and is rub over set to a circular white setting with diamond set scroll decorated panels to the compass points. Each of the scrolls holds three rose cut diamonds in grain settings and which measure approx. 1.00mm diameter each.
A foliate design, open wirework pendant suspends from the bottom of the brooch and this is features three old European cut diamonds, measuring approx. 2.80mm to 2.00mm diameter, and additionally grain set with six rose cut diamonds, measuring approx. 1.00mm diameter and three 8-cut diamonds measuring approx. 1.50mm diameter. All in white millegrain settings.
The brooch fastens with a safety pin style fitting. Testing as 18ct white gold and platinum.
Estimated total diamond weight 0.25ct, approx. colour I/J/K, approx. clarity SI. Date of the brooch circa 1900-1910.