18 kt yg fish brooch consisting of full gem sapphires and emerald and accents with cabochon ruby eyes stamped France signed Tiffany & Co
18 kt yg fish brooch consisting of full gem sapphires and emerald and accents with cabochon ruby eyes stamped France signed Tiffany & Co
18 kt yg fish brooch consisting of full gem sapphires and emerald and accents with cabochon ruby eyes stamped France signed Tiffany & Co
18 kt yg fish brooch consisting of full gem sapphires and emerald and accents with cabochon ruby eyes stamped France signed Tiffany & Co
18 kt yg fish brooch consisting of full gem sapphires and emerald and accents with cabochon ruby eyes stamped France signed Tiffany & Co
18 kt yg fish brooch consisting of full gem sapphires and emerald and accents with cabochon ruby eyes stamped France signed Tiffany & Co
18 kt yg fish brooch consisting of full gem sapphires and emerald and accents with cabochon ruby eyes stamped France signed Tiffany & Co
18 kt yg fish brooch consisting of full gem sapphires and emerald and accents with cabochon ruby eyes stamped France signed Tiffany & Co
A Sapphire and Diamond Fish Clip Brooch by Jean Schlumberger Tiffany & Co. (Estate) - Jewelry Designers Boston

A Sapphire and Diamond Fish Clip Brooch by Jean Schlumberger, Tiffany & Co. (Estate)

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$30,000
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$30,000
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SKU: 3250418

This mid-late 20th century pin is comprised of full cut blue Ceylon sapphires, and accenting gemset white diamonds fish "gills", 5 accenting green demantoid garnets fish "scales" and 2 cabochon ruby fish "eyes" all set in 18kt yellow gold in this legendary fish themed design. This pin measures approximately 2 " in height. Stamped by "Tiffany & Co." "Schlumberger" "France" [exact carat weights and stone counts to be provided per request]

*Shreve, Crump & Low Graduate Gemologist commentary: This exceptional brooch was designed by Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co. As one of the 20th century’s most gifted artists, Jean Schlumberger is renowned for his fantastical creations infused with wit and curiosity. With extraordinary gemstones as his palette, he transformed nature’s wonders into objects of mesmerizing beauty, and strong, sculptural designs into magnificent bejeweled statements—unrivaled in the world of jewelry design. Schlumberger designed almost exclusively for Tiffany & Co. from 1958 to his retirement in the 1970s.