Enamel, Sapphire & Diamond Butterfly Pin
Enamel, Sapphire & Diamond Butterfly Pin

Enamel, Sapphire & Diamond Butterfly Pin

  • The wings of this Art Nouveau butterfly brooch are covered in pastel enamel.
  • White diamonds totaling 0.60 carats outline the wings and body
  • Ruby eyes and a sapphire body complete this 18K gold brooch
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Item No. 30-6759
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The wings of this elegant butterfly pin are covered in a rainbow of transparent enamel. Both the body and wings are surrounded by glistening white diamonds that total approximately 0.60 carats. The body is further accentuated by red ruby eyes and a blue sapphire thorax. 18K yellow gold.
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Style:Art Nouveau
Type:Brooches
Stone:Sapphire
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