French Vintage Brooch Wild Rose Clip Pin 18k Gold Jewelry


This stunning French flower brooch with ruby, sapphire and diamond is a classic example of the 1960s floral design brooches. It’s a three-dimensional Wild Rose brooch made of 18k gold.

The most famous diamond’y version of the Wild Rose brooch belongs to Elizabeth II , the Queen of England. It keeps making appearances through the years and seems like one of her favorite pieces.

The brooch is generously designed with 60 hand cut round faceted ruby set on the petals with 7 round brilliant cut diamonds in the middle. The braided gold leaf set with round faceted graduating sapphires. Each stone is placed with a high precision that creates a 3D effect on the brooch surface.

18 karat Yellow Gold, Platinum
Diamond round brilliant cut G-H/VS1, 1.10 carats total
Ruby round faceted 3.80 carats total, Sapphire round faceted 1.20 carats total
26.5 grams
2 ¾” x 1 ½” x ¾” (7 x 3.8 x 1.7 cm)
French hallmarks for 18 karat gold and platinum, serial number
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