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Antique Victorian 9Ct Yellow Gold Floral Bar Pin Brooch - Etruscan Revival - Dated 1887 - 2.7 Grams #b549

Regular price $141.00
I present today this superb antique Victorian, Etruscan Revival, gold bar pin brooch!

This late Victorian bar pin brooch was created right after the end of the Grand period and exhibits fabulous Etruscan Revival details. The brooch is comprised of 9Ct (9K) yellow gold and has an elongated oval shape with tapered ends. The edges are scalloped with wonderful raised bead details and engraved details. The center of the brooch features a lovely three dimensional chased design of a floral branch with lily flowers, buds and leaves. It is simply enchanting!

The brooch measures about 1/2 inch long, 1 3/4 inches wide and weighs 2.7 grams. It closes with a pin and c clasp. It is a British piece and is marked "K&M" for Kelly, Marshall & Co., "9 and 375" for 9Ct gold, a sideways anchor symbol for Birmingham and with the date letter "n" for 1887.

This brooch is exquisite and would make a wonderful addition to a fine antique jewelry collection. It is generously sized and could be worn on the lapel of a jacket or at the neckline of a pretty blouse. It's a marvelous piece of jewelry history that you can collect and also wear! It's in great condition and ready to be worn and shown off!

SIGNED: K&M FOR KELLY, MARSHALL & CO, 9 AND 375 FOR 9CT/9K GOLD, A SIDEWAYS ANCHOR SYMBOL FOR BIRMINGHAM AND WITH A SMALL LETTER N FOR THE YEAR 1887

SIZE: APPROX 1/2 INCH LONG AND 1 3/4 INCHES WIDE

WEIGHT- 2.7 GRAMS

CONDITION: EXCELLENT PRE-OWNED, ANTIQUE CONDITION. NORMAL SURFACE SCRATCHES FROM PREVIOUS USE/WEAR. PIN HAS A BIT OF A BEND TO IT BUT OPERATES PROPERLY AND SECURELY. IT'S AN ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS PIECE!

**PLEASE NOTE: COLORS OF STONES MAY BE AFFECTED BY PHOTOGRAPHY LIGHTING AND ALSO WHEN VIEWED ON DIFFERENT MONITORS AND MOBILE DEVICES. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT STONE COLOR, PLEASE ASK BEFORE PURCHASING.

Materials: 9ct yellow gold,9k yellow gold

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