Imperial topaz and fine pearls brooch, 19th century

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Surrounded by fine pearls, this imperial topaz of over 16 carats boasts a particularly sought-after shade: champagne and peach (i.e. pinky-orange) at each end. It comes from Ouro Preto in the state of Minas Gerais: a region in Brazil where all these stones were mined at the time.

 

This imperial topaz embodies all the cultural and artistic aspects of the 19th century: in portraits of the European (and especially Portuguese) aristocracy of that period, their magnificent jewelry generally consisted of imperial topazes. Today, the stone is appreciated by enlightened collectors.

 

Yellow gold

Border of fine pearls

Imperial topaz : 16.48 carats

Lenght: 3.1 cm

Weight: 9.3 gr

 

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Vintage brooch in amethysts and enamel, Bvlgari

 

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