brooches - pins

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03 Gemtique Brooch - Flowers #176
Gemtique collection Tennis Brooch 18K white gold with flowers, weight: 8 grams, size: 61 mm (2 3/8") X 27.5 mm (1")

We use exclusively the following Signity Gemstones:

Citrine (yellow), Rhodolite (red), Blue Topaz (light blue)
Peridot (green), Amathyst (purple) and Diamonds.
Any combination of these gemstones can be ordered.

We have only one brooch left and will discontinue this item, priced to sell.

Item #: 176
08 Brooch Golf Bag #36
This beautiful golf bag pin is one of a kind! We have only this one made and there are no more available, reduced price (was $1,675.00).

18K white gold golf bag pin with rubies, white and black diamonds. Total weight: 9.6 grams
We can modify the brooch into a pendant as well.
Size: 1.5" tall (41.5 mm) by 1 3/8" (13 mm) wide

Item #:36
We had many inquiries for cameos from our memorabilia collection, that is why we decided to find a carver in Italy who can copy (almost) several of our cameos from our collection, which date to the very early 1900s.

Each of our cameos are signed by the artist Gennaro Boriello.

The sizes of the cameos are (1 1/4") wide X 40 mm (1 3/4") heights. The silver cameos have a heart shaped bezel (0.6 mm opening), and a pin on the back, so they can be worn as a brooch as well. The mounting is Sterling silver (B, C, D) and one as a pendant only in an 18K gold setting (A) $720.00 - see photo, please specify for the gold cameo A for the silver cameos B, C or D ($420.00) in the instructions box.

The pictured cameos are in stock. If sold, please allow 6-7 weeks for delivery

The shell cameo is hand-carved in the southern Italian town of Torre Del Greco, at the foot of Mount Vesuvius. The tradition of cameo carving has existed in this region of Italy for centuries. The cameo portrait began with depicting the gods and goddess of mythology as well as heroes and nobles of society. Through the ages, it has been cherished as a family heirloom.

A “Certificate of Guarantee” accompanies each cameo stating the cameo’s origin and signed by G. Boriello.

Never soak the cameo in jewelry cleaner or any other acidic cleaner. Only use gentle soap and water or a jewelry cloth the cameo and its setting.
The shell that is carved is known scientifically as “Cypraecassis Rufa” and is imported from the West Indies and Madagascar. This shell is NOT an endangered species and is approved for importation to the US by Fish and Wildlife.

These Cameos are designed and sold exclusively by us

Item #: 43