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A sinewy, ruby-headed reptile, with an extraordinarily long diamond-studded tail, is artfully sculpted in 18 carat gold in this wonderful and whimsical Victorian-era brooch, circa 1860. 1 3/16 inches by 1 inch.

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Diamond Bee Pin. Inside the brooch is signed by Kevin from Mark Busacca collection

18k yellow gold pin mounted with ruby jewels to body and diamonds wings. Holds large oval cabochon ruby approx. 28mm x 14.8mm x 9mm set as abdomen. Holds another oval cabochon ruby set as thorax 10.6mm x 7.1mm x 6mm. Also has two small round cabochon rubies set to eyes. Wings and legs adorned with round cut white diamonds approx. 2ctw. Measures Total weight of 1 3/4" length x 1 3/8" width (4.4cm x 3.4cm). Total weight of 10.4dwt / 16.3 grams.

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1960s 18k Gold Enamel Diamond Ruby Tucan Pin | New York Estate Jewelry | Israel Rose

Antique diamond (shoulder?) pin. So well crafted!! Spray ornament, maker unknown, about 1850