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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 and Enamel Bee Pin - her abdomen is striped in cobalt blue enamel and its head shimmers with a round Mabe pearl and ruby eyes.

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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.

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

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

Diamond Spray Ornament, maker unknown, about 1850. Museum no. M.115-1951. © Victoria & Albert Museum, London