• Byzantine Theodora Brooch
  • Byzantine Theodora Brooch worn on a chain styled on model
  • Verdura Theodora Brooch worn as a decorative element on woman's dress
  • Verdura Byzantine Theodora Brooch on a Chain

Theodora Pendant Brooch


Inspired by the pair of brooches owned by Diana Vreeland, the Theodora Pendant Brooch represents one of Verdura’s earliest and most influential designs.

•  18k gold, emerald, ruby, sapphire and semi-precious stone

•  With bale attachment to be worn as a pendant; Circle Rope Link chain sold separately


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About Fulco Di Verdura

Born into Sicilian aristocracy in 1898, Verdura’s founder, Duke Fulco di Verdura, began his extraordinary career in Paris as a designer for Coco Chanel. After eight years with Chanel where he, most notably, created the Maltese Cross cuffs that became his signature, Verdura followed his passion for design to America in 1934.