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Item of the Week: Antique Diamond Arrow Brooch & Fall Fashion Picks
09 / 14

 

ANTIQUE DIAMOND BROOCH

 

This late 19th century silver over gold diamond arrow and crescent brooch, set throughout with rose and old-cut diamonds, is the latest addition to our collection.

 

 

Antique Diamond Arrow Brooch

 

 

The arrow was a popular motif throughout the Georgian and Victorian periods. What makes this example unique and interesting is the crescent moon at the center. The arrow by itself or combined with a heart often conveyed a message of love. Was this an emblem of an archery enthusiast or Cupid’s arrow aimed at the heart?

 

An antique diamond brooch is a versatile piece of jewelry that you can wear with anything from jeans to a Little Black Dress. Here are a few pieces that we’ve curated from the Fall Collections that we think would look great paired with this week’s item.

 

 

LITTLE BLACK DRESS FOR FALL

 

A diamond pin is a great way to add a pop of light to a little black dress. If you are looking to add one to your closet for the upcoming season, take a look at the these three.

 

 

one shoulder black cocktail dress

 

A.F. Vandevorst – Belgium

 

 

 

 

a little black dress

 

Barbara Bui – Paris

 

 

 

 

a ruched black dress with cap sleeves

 

Jay Godfrey – New York

 

 

 

 

WEAR IT EVERYWHERE – BLACK BLAZER

 

Pin a diamond arrow or a collection of arrow brooches to the pocket, shoulder, or lapel of a blazer. It looks great with a classic fitted black blazer like the one from Barbara Bui or with a short knit jacket like the one from Rebecca Taylor.

 

 

Short Black Blazer

 

Rebecca Taylor – New York

 

 

 

 

Barbara Bui Black Blazer

 

Barbara Bui – Paris

 

 

 

 

Barbara Bui Black Blazer

 

Tagliatore – Italy

 

 

 

 

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