Beauty in the Flowers Brooch/Necklace

18K Yellow Gold with Pearls and Diamond Enamel Brooch/Necklace

This unique piece can be worn either as a brooch or as a necklace. Hand created by Larissa to be a one of a kind masterpiece, this item cannot and will not be replicated. The process used to create this intriguing and eye-catching work of art is extremely precise and exact, making the recreation of this heirloom quality piece a near impossibility. The enameled artwork at the center is accented with the warmth and luxurious luster of 18K yellow gold flowers and vines. Completing this elegant and breathtaking design and adding a hint of brilliant vintage appeal, are three bezel set diamonds and two baroque pearls.

Product Details:

Pendant / Setting Information

Gemstone Details

Style #: 445-2000154

Type: Pearl & Diamond

Metal Type: 18K Yellow Gold

Shape: Baroque & Round

Length: 3.05in

Number:2 & 3

Width: 2.90in


Chain Type: As Pictured


Chain Length: 18-20"


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In Stock in As Pictured: Expected Arrival 2-3 Days 

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Gift Packaging:

Every order includes a gorgeous Park City Jewelers box and if you make a note upon check out we will even gift wrap it for you!


We want you to love your purchase, but if you are not completely satisfied, we will accept most returns within 30 days of purchase. Please note that items that have been sized or altered are not eligible for return. All items must be in original and unworn condition in order to receive refund!

Larissa fell in love with the ritual aspects of the elemental processes of working with metal, glass, gems – making a precious object - capturing in that miniature fragment a timeless, magic quality. 

As a student she found a strong sense of context for the history, art and literature she studied in her own personal history. With roots in Europe and the Middle East. Byzantine, Hellenistic and Egyptian artifacts are a part of her daily life. The European Renaissance, 18th Century enamels and jeweled objects, the Art Nouveau as well as Japanese Art made a deep impression on her.

She responded very strongly to the “abandon” in these works. Their creators used materials for their colors, qualities of light, texture - striving for the surprise, the impossible - these were their language. These strongly influenced her own “personal voice” in jewelry.

She uses the classic themes of the nude, plants, birds and landscape as vehicles to explore forms, line and texture - always expanding further the possibilities of the enameling medium with its endless range of colors and the ability to play with light.