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Cartier Gold and Diamond Bouquet Brooch

$22,500

Created in the 1940s, this gold bouquet brooch is accented by approximately five carats of diamonds. Designed as a collection of blossoms on a flexible stalk, the flower heads are formed of interwoven twisted gold wire supporting individual florets accented by diamonds, and suspending a rope-work tassel with acorn pendant. Created by Cartier for a client who provided their own diamonds, this finely textured and sparkling brooch has a sense of the designer’s free hand and lively originality.

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Item #: BO-19370
Artist: Cartier
Country: France
Circa: 1940s
Size: 3" length, 1.5" width
Materials: 21 Old European- and cushion-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 5.00 carats); 18K Gold
Signed: “Monture Cartier,” with French assay marks and maker's mark, and “Dubois, Paris, no. V5790”

The clip brooch was manufactured by the Paris workshop Dubois, long associated with Cartier, who produced some of the most remarkable pieces of "tutti frutti" and other Indian inspired jewelry for the firm.
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