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    Diamond, Gold Brooch
    The brooch features a European-cut diamond measuring 7.52 - 7.56 x 4.56 mm and weighing approximately 1.65 carats, enhanced by European and single-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 1.15 carats, set in 14k gold. Gross weight 19.20 grams.
    Dimensions: 2-5/8 inches x 1-3/4 inches


    Condition Report*: Diamonds:
    Avg Color: J-K-L
    Avg Clarity: SI
    Shape(s): European-cut, Single-cut
    Count: 26 - 50

    Metals:
    Gold

    Overall Condition: Good
    Condition Notes: Fabulous design. Gold tests as 14k. Completed by a pinstem and catch. Largest diamond falls into the VS clarity range. A few diamonds have nicks.
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2016
    5th Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 0
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