An antique brooch was an important jewel throughout all periods of the eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth centuries so there is a wide variety of styles still in existence ranging from small fine brooches to large bold ones in silver, gold or silver topped gold, gem set or enamelled or simply of worked metal.
A brooch of great simplicity and distinction typical of the work of the renowned M Rettie and Sons..
An exquisite Renaissance Revival brooch by the preeminent Parisian jeweller Wiese in the nineteenth century.
Antique Scottish agate and silver jewellery is so now.
A brooch with great presence.
Etruscan Revival jewellery is always sought after, perhaps because it is not only fascinating but so wearable today.
The brooch for every conceivable special occasion. Tea with the Queen?
This rare and intriguing enamelled jewel is a wonderful conversation starter. Read about the brooch and the passionate enthusiasm for Egyptian Revival at this time.
Impressive size. Not for the shrinking violet-despite the colour.
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The intricacy of the workmanship is a testament to the skill and art of a master jeweller.
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An impressive beautifully made historic brooch seeking a jacket or coat.
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Authentic antique, vintage and estate jewellery
26 Howey Pl, Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia