Tiffany Ruby Yellow Gold Brooch



Vintage Tiffany ruby yellow gold abstract brooch, circa 1960s.

The 1960s Vintage Tiffany Ruby Yellow Gold Abstract Brooch is a stunning piece of jewelry that encapsulates the essence of the era. This brooch features vibrant rubies set in yellow gold, creating a bold and eye-catching design. The abstract shape of the brooch adds a modern touch to the classic materials, making it a timeless and versatile accessory.

During the 1960s, fashion was all about making a statement and pushing boundaries. This brooch perfectly embodies that spirit with its unique design and luxurious materials. It can be worn with both casual and formal outfits, adding a touch of elegance and sophistication to any look.

The craftsmanship of this brooch is truly exceptional, showcasing the attention to detail and quality that Tiffany is known for. The combination of the rich ruby and gleaming gold creates a striking contrast that is sure to turn heads wherever you go.

In conclusion, the 1960s Vintage Tiffany Ruby Yellow Gold Abstract Brooch is not just a piece of jewelry, but a work of art that captures the essence of its time. Its beauty and craftsmanship make it a valuable addition to any collection, serving as a reminder of the glamour and sophistication of the 1960s.


 RUBIES: 11 round faceted rubies total approximately 3/4 carat.

 METAL: 18k yellow gold

 WEIGHT: 17.7 grams

 MEASUREMENTS: 1.65" (42mm) long by 1.57" (40mm) wide.

CONDITION:  High magnification photographs show considerable design details, and this brooch is in good condition, all consistent with age and wear.

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