Cartier Emerald Cut Aquamarine & Diamond Estate Brooch

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Cartier Emerald Cut Aquamarine & Diamond Estate Brooch

$108,000 Gilt
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Cartier platinum and double emerald cut aquamarine brooch with round and marquise cut diamond border details

  • Total aquamarine carat weight is approximately 60.00
  • Total diamond carat weight is approximately 7.50
  • Diamond color is F-G
  • Diamond clarity is VS-SI
  • 2¼ inches long
  • 1½ inches at widest point
  • Hinge and pin closure
  • Certificate of authenticity will be provided
  • Please note: The Diamonds used in these jewelries have been purchased from legitimate sources not involved in funding conflict and in compliance with United Nations resolutions. The seller hereby guarantees that these diamonds are conflict free, based on personal knowledge and/or written guarantees provided by the supplier of these diamonds.
  • Estate jewelry may show signs of normal wear

Please note that all imperfections are a unique aspect of previously owned estate pieces

Material: Platinum, aquamarine, and diamond

Brand: Piranesi

In its first 75 years of existence, the Italian company Piranesi designed jewelry exclusively for queens and countesses. Now available to the general public, Piranesi jewelry has nevertheless retained a regal quality: Each unique piece is handmade by artisans and intricately set with precious stones that include the highest-quality diamonds, rubies and emeralds. Founded by successful jeweler Abraham Hajibay in 1845, Piranesi remains a family-owned enterprise; Sami Hajibay, Abraham's great-grandson, now helms the company. Among the label's many admirers past and present: the legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor, who collaborated on the Elizabeth by Piranesi Collection before her death in 2011.