An outstanding Victorian cufflink to brooch conversion jewel in absolutely sumptuous 15ct gold! English made and English converted, this incredibly rare brooch was likely composed of cuff links, created in the 1870’s— and perhaps converted with the most delicate pearl work in Belle Époque. Massively heavy and entirely sensual, this brooch will be an iconic addition to any collection.
Materials and Features: 15ct gold, mother of pearl, pearls
Age/Origin: English, late 19th C
Measurements: 22.7 grams, 2.25"
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear. As previously stated, this is an absolutely phenomenal conversion brooch!
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