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107

David Webb

Diamond and black enamel brooch, 'Zig Zag' and a diamond and black enamel pendant

Estimate:

2,800 to - 3,800 GBP

David Webb

David Webb

Diamond and black enamel brooch, 'Zig Zag' and a diamond and black enamel pendant

Diamond and black enamel brooch, 'Zig Zag' and a diamond and black enamel pendant

Estimate:

2,800 to - 3,800 GBP

Lot sold:

4,032

GBP

Diamond and black enamel brooch, 'Zig Zag' and a diamond and black enamel pendant

David Webb


The brooch designed as a zigzag, each end terminating in an arrowhead, pavé-set with brilliant-cut diamonds and applied with black enamel, signed Webb; together with a pendant of octagonal form with a border of brilliant-cut diamonds, the centre and bail applied with black enamel, signed David Webb.

The brooch signed Webb, stamped 18K 900PT. Pendant and bail both signed David Webb, stamped 18K PLAT. Estimated total diamond weight approximately 1.90 - 2.10 carats in brooch, approximately 1.90 - 2.10 carats in pendant. Pendant with significant chip to enamel, partially revealing metal base layer. Brooch with small chip to enamel to tip of arrowhead. Each with light scratches to enamel and metal consistent with wear. Brooch fitting intact, in good working order. Brooch measuring approximately 57 x 22mm, pendant approximately 40 x 29mm including bail. Combined gross weight approximately 37 grams.


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