A large Artois style shoe buckle with close-set paste stones on a solid sterling back. Marked P.B. Artois style is caractherised by buckle's large size and introduced in England between 1770-1790 by Louis XVI' brother the Count of Artois.
Rare collection of eight shoe buckles, comprising five oval-shaped buckles with open-worked design and paste stones, two rectangular-shaped buckles one with facetted glass and the other with engraved decoration, one metal arabesque-shaped buckle. As jewel
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