One of the crown jewels of my recent trip to London, this outstanding, simple agate and white enamel brooch is classic, timeless, and absolutely alluring in construction and beauty. A rare jewel to find in such fine condition, this beauty dates to around 1810, and is a remarkable example of English craftspersonship at that time.
Measures 34mm in length.
Materials and Features:
9ct gold, neutral agate, white enamel
Age/Origin: c. 1810
Condition: Wonderful shape for her more than 200 years of age! One small line in the white enamel. Minor associated age wear.
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