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An antique Australian opal and diamond brooch/pendant, the pierced oval plaque set with solid white opals cut en cabochon and interspaced with old European cut diamonds, with detachable bale and brooch pin fitting, mounted in 15ct gold, boxed.
An important antique Australian gold buckle brooch, Bold entwined buckle design with the folding gold strap set with small natural pearls and a small rose cut diamond. Fine gold filigree detail with blue enamel. Gold herringbone chain fringe tassels. Small
An Australian Art Deco diamond and emerald brooch by Palfrey, the pierced rectangular panel centrally set with a Colombian emerald cut emerald of 1.60cts, having old European, rose and single cut diamonds set throughout, mounted in platinum and 18ct white
An Australian gold mounted pink tourmaline brooch, attributed to William Lamborn & Leopold Wagner, Melbourne, circa 1880, designed with three oval pink tourmalines set within gold vine leaves and suspended from larger vine leaves and tendrils and a figured
An Australian gold kookaburra brooch by Duggin, Shappere & Co, Melbourne, circa 1900, the finely figured bird with a ruby eye and perched on a branch, 15 carat yellow gold, 3.5 cm wide, 2.9 grams, For similar brooch see Australian Jewellers Gold &
An Australian gold mounted cameo brooch by Edward Fischer, Geelong, circa 1890, set with a finely carved shell cameo with the profile of Bacchante within a rope twist border and flanked by scrolls, marked 'E.Fischer', in a period Hardy Brothers felt box, 4
An Australian gold nugget and agate brooch, circa 1860 with a cushion shaped section of banded agate within a border of natural gold nuggets and high carat gold bars, unmarked, 6 cm wide, 38.7 grams, The brooch is reputed to be made in Bendigo from nuggets
Two Australian kookaburra brooches, one circular set with seed pearls by Willis & Sons, Melbourne and one with a hand painted porcelain panel, both circa 1900, 9 carat yellow gold, For a near identical item see Australian Jewellery 19th and 20th Centur
An Australian yellow gold brooch attributed to William Lamborn & Leopold Wagner, Melbourne, circa 1875, designed with a graduated fringe suspended from three large vine leaves and tendrils set with red paste, 3.7 cm wide, 11.9 grams, and a matching pair of
An early Australian gold nugget brooch, a solid gold free formed nugget with some crystal inclusions, mounted on an 18ct yellow gold brooch pin. Provenance: From the collection of Professor GWK (Ken) Cavill., Wt 22.4grams
An early Australian yellow gold quartz gold nugget mounted on a 15ct gold bar brooch by Edward Schafer, a double bar with twist and ball finials, inset with a quartz gold nugget in natural form. Stamped 15ct E.S for Edward Schafer, Melbourne., as seen in A
An early Australian 18ct yellow gold foliate & Swallow 'Forget me not' brooch attributed to Edward Schafer, an wire and ivy leaf design with a swallow and engraved 'forget me not' plaque. Hallmarked ES for Edward Schafer, Melbourne, as seen in Australian J
A rare Gordon Holdsworth, West Australian silver, and enamel, Arts & Crafts brooch, c.1930's, 1940, the centre panel depicting a sailing boat in enamel, signed verso G.H. SILVER, width 3.7 cm note: for more information on Gordon Holdsworth, enamel broo
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