Created in the 1960's this beautiful brooch featured petals that open revealing diamond stamines set en tremblant. The petals can be moved to have the flower as a bud or fully in bloom.
16=1.10ct ETDW brilliant cut diamonds G/H color Si1 clarity
Brooch measures 60.0mm x 40.0mm
An old French term, “en tremblant” in jewellery industry lexicon refers to the “trembling” feature of a piece of jewel, particularly brooches. Invented in the 18th century in the ateliers of Paris, the craft involves mounting parts of a diamond jewellery creation on wire-coiled springs to create realistic movement and height, resulting in more volume, sparkle and liveliness. The en tremblant technique was especially popular for floral-motif jewels, which featured delicately quivering flowerheads, as well as bejewelled butterfly or dragonfly wings.