A beautiful symbol of grace and change this whimsical early Art Nouveau dragonfly would like to gift you a magical opal with a dazzling array of electric blues paired with neon greens, with flashes of bubblegum pink that fades into a Sunkist orange. She is depicted in flight with delicate lace-like wings encrusted with shimmering bezel-set old-mine cut and glittering rose-cut diamonds, including a sunshiney yellow diamond and a two pink topazes. The abdomen is lined with cheerful pink topaz and rose cut diamonds, terminating in a tiny pearl. The antique brooch used for this conversion was meticulously hand fabricated in platinum and suspended from an antique platinum and pearl necklace. 18 5/8” long.
Diamonds: estimated 2.02 carats in old mine cut diamonds. Largest diamond in far left wing is estimated to be .69 cts. VS2 clarity, J-K range in color. Largest diamond in the right wing is estimated to be .90 cts. VS2 clarity with H-I range in color. Yellow diamond is estimated to be .22 cts. VS1 clarity, T-U range in color. Approximately .73 carats in rose cut diamonds, bright white with a range of clarities.
Opal: 12.16 x 11.05 x 3.26 mm deep
Dragonfly: 2 1/2” x 1 7/8”
Weight: 16.7 grams
Markings: numbered 82708 on the side of the abdomen
Notes: solder repair to largest diamond in the far left wing, pink topaz in left wing has a small chip