SUZANNE BELPERRON. An emerald, ruby, citrine and sapphire brooch

Of stylised foliate design, composed of cabochon emerald, citrine, and sapphire stylised leaves, embellished with clusters of cabochon ruby 'berries' each accented with a circular-cut diamond, mounted upon yellow gold 'branches', suspending a pear-shaped emerald drop, circa 1950, French assay mark for gold, maker's mark for Grœné & Darde. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Olivier Baroin No. 170214 stating that the brooch was made between 1942 and 1955. Height 5.9cm. Accompanied by a certificate from the GCS laboratory stating; the two emeralds weighing approximately 36 carats are of Colombian origin and display signs of moderate amount of oil in fissures; the sapphire weighs approximately 13.5 carats is of Sri Lankan (Ceylon) origin and displays no signs of treatment; the rubies weigh approximately 10 carats, are of Burmese origin and display no signs of treatment. Incorporating two of Suzanne Belperron's classic styles, the cabochon gem and the foliate motif, this brooch is an excellent example of her inimitable design. 6cm high, 3.5cm wide


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