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$16,614.00
This diamond encrusted brooch was made by one of the IT jewellers of the 1930s, Raymond Yard of New York. The diamond scroll brooch is pavé set with 139 semi-modern and single cut diamonds totalling 7.00ct of diamonds all set in platinum with a double pronged brooch pin in 14ct white gold. The fabulous diamonds ranging in colour from F to G and clarity VS to SI1. The brooch is signed Raymond Yard of New York.


Circa: 1930s
Gemstone: Diamonds
Diamond Count: 139
Carat: 7.00ct
Colour: F to G
Clarity: VS to SI1
Material: Platinum and a 14ct Yellow Gold Attached Double Pin
Signed by Raymond Yard of New York
Ian Abeshouse Valuation 


Raymond Yard
Raymond Yard was a master of his art, creating high end jewellery for some of America's wealthiest families in New York City. His clients included; the Rockefellers, Woolworths and Vanderbilts as well as movie stars such as Joan Crawford and Douglas Fairbanks. His designs were famous for using only the highest quality gemstones and the finest platinum mountings which as a result raised the bar for jewellery manufacturing for that time. Today, Raymond Yard jewellery ranks amongst the greats such Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels and Maison Janesich. Yard's extremely collectable pieces are pursued by avid collectors.


The 1930s
The 1930s saw a departure from the carefree flapper style of the 20s and a new decade began with the glamour that was oozing out of Hollywood. The dress clip was the most popular piece of jewellery at the time worn on the neckline and soon being designed in a double incorporating the symmetry featured so heavily in the designs of the Art Deco period. The slim line and fine details in rings and bracelets seen in the 20s were expanded on and bracelets became wider while rings became more elongated both horizontally and vertically on the fingers. Men wore Cartier’s bejewelled cufflinks and diamond studded brooches, which brought an air of glamour to their masculinity.