Treble Clef Diamond Brooch in 18ct White Gold dated London 2018, Lilly's Attic since 2001

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Treble Clef Diamond Brooch in 18ct White Gold dated London 2018, Lilly's Attic since 2001

£578.00

Description

- Brilliant Cut Diamonds: 0.36ct approximately
- 18ct White Gold
- date: Hallmarked London 2018

Q: How do you explain the treble clef?
A: The treble clef is the most used clef in Western music notation. It primarily notates musical notes above middle C. The treble clef is shaped like an ornamental letter G, and its inner curve surrounds the note G4 that falls above middle C. For this reason, the treble clef is nicknamed the G clef.

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item details
Period 21st Century and Contemporary
Style Modern
Condition Excellent
Materials Gold
Main Gemstone Diamond
Main Gemstone Cut Brilliant Cut
Carat for Gold 18 K
Main Gemstone Carat 0.36ct approximately
Hallmark London 2018

Product REF: Lilly's Attic