Brooch the Countess de Morcerf. Named after a fiancee of Edmond Dantès (main character of "The Count of Monte Cristo" by Alexandre Dumas). A year and a half after imprisoning Edmond, unaware of his situation, she marries Fernand Mondego not knowing that he was the man responsible for her beloved Edmond's disappearing. She is a loving, noble and good person. She was the only one who realized that The Count of Monte Cristo was Edmond.

Details

Bagde on the back of the brooch made from gold plated bronze. Metal clasp. Bagde pad - fuchsia felt. Double-sided satin ribbon. Brooch sewn with cotton-elastic threds and glued with vinyl glue. 7,5cm wide. 6cm long. Jewellery made from metal with crystals. Nikel free.

Additional Information

Dimensions

7,5cm x 6cm

Embellishment

Crystals

Fabric

Satin

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