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An antique Edwardian bar brooch¹ arranged as a narrow flattened oval hoop with a texted element in the centre set with high collet rub-over set pyrope garnet, two sets of pearls and each end terminated with almandine garnets in a claw setting. Secured with a hook and pin. Circa 1910.
An antique Victorian bar brooch¹ arranged as a curved bar principally featuring a circular central element completed with a stylised flowerhead of a rose², depicted using a pyrope garnet, with leaves set with pearls, constructed from yellow gold-coloured materials and secured with pin and hook. Circa 1890-1900.
An antique Edwardian bar brooch¹ arranged as a parallel pair of narrow bars connected with a central spiralled element featuring a claw-set almandine garnet and small pearls, with a yellow and rose gold-coloured construction, secured with a pin and hook. Circa 1900-1910.
A post Edwardian bar brooch¹ styled as a wide horizontal fusiform shape composed on four curved, and one straight, knife-edge bars with the centremost featuring a collet-set milligrained amethyst and four graduated pearls. Each end terminated with a further graduated half pearls. Constructed symmetrically from yellow gold-coloured materials. Secured with...
BROOCH, late 19 century, an oval amethyst within a surround of half pearls, the amethyst measuring 22.3mm x 17mm, 10.9mm depth (ca 10.61ct) and the half pearls 2.7mm diameter. The brooch measures 29.95mm x 24.2mm overall and is marked as 15CT? gold. Gross weight 11.07 grams.
BROOCH, 19 century, having five round citrines in a cross? formation with a thistle motif between each arm?. The stones are all secured in rubbed over settings in an unhallmarked yellow metal. The centre stone measures 12.9mm diameter, 11.36mm depth (ca 9.74ct) and the surrounding stones approximately 11.2mm diameter (ca 5.30ct) each. The brooch measures...