White Enamel Diamond Yellow Gold Diva Brooch Pendant



White enamel diamond and yellow gold diva brooch pendant by Alfieri & St John circa 1980.  Clear and concise information you want to know is listed below.  Contact us right away if you have additional questions.  We are here to connect you with beautiful and affordable jewelry.  It is especially important to us to find the ideal home for this fabulous, white enamel and diamond diva brooch pendant.


DIAMONDS:  twenty-two round brilliant-cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.43 carat, approximately H color, VS clarity.

METAL:  18-karat yellow gold decorated with white enamel.

WEIGHT:  7.6 grams.

PENDANT:  the brooch has an incorporated bail on the back to facilitate wearing it as a pendant.

HALLMARKS:  signed Alfieri & St. John, visible in the photographs.

MEASUREMENTS:  approximately 5/8” (1.60 cm) wide and 2-3/8” (6 cm) long overall.

CONDITION:  high magnification photographs show design details, and that this white enamel and diamond diva brooch pendant is in exceptionally good condition, all consistent with age and wear.

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White enamel diamond and yellow gold diva brooch pendant by Alfieri & St John circa 1980.