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This antique brooch is classified as pique jewellery, meaning it is tortoishell with gold work applied to it.
It is in a wonderful circular design, and the wonderful colours make it very easy to wear on a variety of background clothing.
A wonderful antique brooch, in wonderful condition.
Made in 15ct gold.
This is a lovely antique brooch, set with a wonderful agate in a beautiful setting made in 15ct gold.
With a locket in the reverse, this is so typical of the late Victorian era, and dates from the 1890's. The brooch measures 4cm from left to right.
Brooches are becoming more and more popular, and with a lovely chocolate brown agate, it is easy to see why.
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How stunning is this! A wonderful mosaic brooch from the 1880's. Depicting a scene of the Vatican, this brooch is just exceptional.
Measuring 4.5cm x 3.8cm this is really a wonderful stand out piece of Victorian jewellery.
Late Victorian, circa 1890.
This is a very lovely late Victorian (Circa 1890) aquamarine and seed pearl brooch.
A nice feature of this brooch, is that it can also be worn as a pendant.
There is a total of 9 aquamarines, and 48 seed pearls, and the entire piece is made in 9ct gold, and in superb condition.
Set with turquoise and seed pearls.
What a sweet brooch!
Made in 15ct gold, this lovely brooch is set in the "lovers" style of two hearts - 1 set with turquoise and the other with pearls.
An early Edwardian piece dating from around 1900, this is sure to delight the new wearer.
Made in rose gold.
This is another one similar in size to the yellow gold one on the same page.
Made in 9ct rose gold, and dating from around 1910, this one measures 4.6cm x 3.6cm, and is engraved on one side, and plain on the reverse, except for the makers mark for Willis, a prolific early Australian jeweller.
In wonderful condition, it looks just sensational.
WOW! To say that this Whitby jet cross is large, is somewhat of an understatement!
This spectacular sized piece measures 9.9cm x 6.8cm, with each part being 2.0cm in width! Truly a stand our cross!
Topped with sterling silver, it is a late Victorian piece, dating from the 1880's.
This is such a sweet cross from the Edwardian era. (Circa 1910)
Made in 9ct rose gold, it measures 3.2cm x 2.7cm, and has the most beautiful engraving on the front.
This is a wonderful antique pique cross dating from the 1880's.
With a lovely design of inlayed gold, this cross measures a nice and large 7.2cm from top to bottom and 4.5cm from left to right, making it a stunning stand out piece.
Truly a magnificent piece!