Pansies or heartsease were referred to by Shakespeare as "Cupid's flower." Rich in symbolism, this flower was believed to symbolize that one was loved by their sweetheart.
This finely wrought pink and purple pansy is a delight to behold! The flower was likely originally an antique pin (circa 1910-1920) transformed with the addition of a 14k gold mounting. The flower features hand painted enamel with a glistening old European cut diamond accent at its center.
The flower measures 0.6 inches from top to bottom by 0.65 inches wide, and it is in great condition. It is currently a size 6, but can be re-sized free of charge.
Materials: Diamond, Gold.