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George Headley platinum and 18k white gold diamond pin with detachable clips / pendant, containing 11 carats total of diamonds, all approximately F- I color, approximately VVS-SI clarity, consisting of 2 rectangular step cut with pointed corners diamonds at approximately 1.90 cts each (VS1, G-H, 9.09mm x 5.56mm x 4.06mm and VVS2, G-H, 9.10mm x 5.53mm x 4.11mm), 2 trilliants at .77 ct each (VS2 and SI2), 32 straight and tapered baguettes and 2 kite baguettes with total weight of approximately 1.80 cts and 76 round brilliant cut diamonds with a total weight of approximately 3.80 cts (VS2-SI2). The diamonds are set in a handmade platinum mounting with hinged 18k white gold clips and a separate handmade 18k white gold bar pin unit, attached by screws with two pivot rings, that converts the clips to a brooch or pendant for a necklace. 1-1/4″H x 2-3/4″W x 5/16″D including pin. 42 grams. Exhibited: The George Headley Retrospective, Sept. 29, 2006-Jan. 7, 2007 at The Headley-Whitney Museum in Lexington, Kentucky, published in the exhibition catalog p. 7. Provenance: the estate of Mrs. Warren (Bertha) Wright, Jr., ex-Calumet Farm, Lexington, KY. Condition: Excellent condition.