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Pair of sterling silver Victorian shoe buckles (marked left and right), London 1841, maker: C.R. & W.S. (in original case)

Early Vict/Georg. Bright cut metal shoe buckles

An antique paste and steel shoe buckle together with and antique paste and silver plated shoe buckle

A pair of Georgian paste set shoe buckles, each completely set with paste diamonds and gilt embellishments. Length 7.5 cm

Pair of antique gentleman's shoe buckles with original case

An English silver shoe buckle. Rectangular-shaped buckle with an leaves and scrolling foliage engraved decoration.

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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