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Citrine Flower Brooch

Product Description

Vintage Citrine Flower Brooch

Lovely very large late 19th century Victorian brooch, a bouquets of tulips and daffodils, done in sterling silver, with 3 round cut citrines at the centers of the daffodils. Approximately 3 inches high. 
This is an antique piece and has some wear but it is still quite gorgeous. 
Flowers and plants were popular motifs in the jewelry of the 19th and early 20th century, with specific meanings for certain flowers. Tulips symbolized true love and daffodils were renewal or rebirth.
Tulips were the flowers to give for the 11th wedding anniversary.

Specifications:
Metal: Sterling Silver (.925)
Main Stone: Citrine Orange
Main Stone Shape: Round
Total Weight of piece: 14.8g
Bail Type: Pin

Citrine is recognized as one of the most popular & frequently purchased yellow gemstone, although it is a quartz stone, it is easily confused with a topaz, but considered a semi-precious stone. Citrine is the Birthstone for November.
Citrine is available in all standard shapes and sizes, but many high-end designers and gem carvers have fashioned the beautiful yellow gem into unusual cuts for jewelry and carvings as you will see in our citrine collection. 

 

 

$147.50 $295.00
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