Lot 265 (Twentieth Century Art & Design, 13th September 2019)
Sold for £6,000
A gemset brooch by Andrew Grima (1921-2007), with emerald cut green tourmalines, each approx. 21.6mm long, and baguette cut diamonds, total weight of diamonds estimated approx. 0.50cts, with asymmetric brick shaped pieces of 18ct gold, hallmarked to reverse London 1969, stamped 'Grima', 85mm long, (32.9g), with original box and Andrew Grima Insurance Valuation
One tourmaline with a small nick and graze towards one corner at edge extremity.
Approx. 10mm darkened area to one gold baton.
Some very light general surface wear.
Overall in very good condition.
Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.
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