Diamond emerald and yellow gold equestrian brooch pendant by JP Bellin circa 1990. * Love it because it caught your eye, and we are here to connect you with beautiful and affordable jewelry. It is time to claim a reward for Yourself! Simple and concise information you want to know is listed below. Contact us right away if you have additional questions. It is important that we find an ideal home for this marvelous diamond, emerald, and gold equestrian-themed brooch.
DIAMONDS: fifty-five round brilliant-cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.94 carat, approximately H – K color, VS clarity.
GEMSTONES: two round emeralds.
METAL: 18-karat yellow gold, one horse head is decorated with oxidation.
WEIGHT: 26.4 grams.
HALLMARKS: signed JP Bellin.
MEASUREMENTS: 1 ¾” (4.50 cm) vertical width, and 1-11/16” horizontal width.
*NOTE: the brooch is fitted with loops on the back to allow wearing it as a pendant, visible in the photographs.
CONDITION: high magnification photographs show design details and that the brooch pendant is in exceptionally good condition consistent with age and wear.
Why not make someone Happy? Yourself, or a special person in your life. It cannot be denied that there is a force within this attractive and intriguing equestrian-themed brooch/pendant capable of unleashing feelings of joy in the heart, feelings of celebration and that life is rich and sweet! Jewelry can be a lot of fun! In either case, it is our sincere desire that it becomes a treasure, a source of pleasure and pride every time it is worn.
For over thirty-five years, Jacob’s Diamond and Estate Jewelry has been in the business of making people happy by selling a carefully curated collection of antique and estate jewelry, wearable art. We believe in the power of estate jewelry to be gratifying and luxurious, good quality, usually at an exceptionally good value with the added potential of becoming tomorrow’s heirlooms. That is what it is all about, from our good taste to yours. Cheers!Diamond emerald and yellow gold equestrian brooch pendant by JP Bellin circa 1990