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A Victorian gold-coloured brooch, modified with a pendant fitting, in the Scottish¹ style. Designed as an open gem-set shield principally featuring an oval citrine surrounded by smaller round citrines with a coronet above set with pearls and garnets, and decorated with a knurled ornamented edge. Circa 1866.
An antique gold-coloured lace¹ brooch designed as a horizontal pin decorated with a realistically styled seashell completed with a small half pearl. Secured with a pin and hook. Circa 1880-1900.
An antique gold-coloured lace¹ brooch designed as a horizontal pin decorated with a collet-set round cabochon-cut coral decorated with a twin element twisted rope boarder. Secured with a pin and hook. Circa 1880-1900.
An antique yellow gold-coloured lace¹ brooch designed as a horizontal pin decorated with two collect-set round pink tourmalines connected with a curlicued cross-over bar of knife edge goldwork. Secured with a pin and hook. Circa 1880-1900.
An antique silver-coloured Scottish ‘pebble’ brooch¹ principally set with a rub-over round citrine and a radiating spray of jasper agates of various compositions and appearance set within a knurled ornamented edging. Secured with a pin and hook clasp. Circa 1860-1870.
A matched pair antique gold-coloured lace¹ brooches each designed as a pin decorated with a horizontal radiating floral pattern using graduated small half pearls. Secured with a pin and hook. Circa 1890-1900.
An antique 15ct yellow gold brooch designed as a wide panel decorated with a rounded central motif set with five diagonally arranged grain-set rose-cut diamonds along with knurled scrolling wire-work and twisted rope patterns. Secured with a pin and hook clasp. Circa 1887.
An antique 9ct gold brooch designed as a wide panel decorated with an oval central motif grain-set with small half pearls and red paste styled as a small flower¹. Finished with a double boarder of twisted rope gold work and spherules. Secured with a pin and hook. Circa 1890.
An antique gold-coloured brooch designed as a wide panel decorated with a circular central star-shaped motif grain-set with six small diamond chips and one red garnet-topped doublet. Finished with a twisted rope gold work, flowers and spherules. Secured with a pin and hook. Circa 1880-1900.
An antique Victorian brooch designed as a realistically arranged spray of leaves set with small half pearls and three stems set with full round pearls in the emerging Art Nouveau style¹. Secured with a pin and hook fitting. Circa 1890-1900.
An antique mid-Victorian circular brooch finely styled as a dolphin of Oriental influence¹ extensively set a-jouré² with antique diamonds in a silver-coloured pavé-setting arranged in size and shape to accentuate the design. Also featuring a rubover-set ruby eye, and a yellow gold-coloured undersetting. Employing a pin and hook fitting. English, circa...
An antique bar brooch¹ styled as a yellow gold knife-edge bar principally featuring a gilded² rose gold chased shamrock, green gold forget-me-knots³ on curlicued wires, and gold spherules, all in 9ct gold and secured with a hook and pin. Circa 1902.
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.