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A unique light opal, diamond and ruby brooch in the form of a swan, pierced neck, ruby set eye, light opal body with good play-of-colour surrounded by approx 0.40cts of diamonds; 18ct white gold. Made by Prouds Jewellers c.1930. Safety chain attachment. We
9ct yellow gold 'Australia and swan' brooch by Willis & Sons marked with a 'Unicorn' '9' 'W'. Measures 24 x 21mm, with safety chain Willis & Sons were located in Hay and Murray St Perth, from 1899 to 1907. They were also in Melbourne and Sydney. Reference:
A West Australian Colonial micro mosaic brooch by Hooper, c.1890's. Thecircular foliate design micro mosaic is bezel set with a fine gold rope border (the mosaic has a slight A/F). Diameter 28mm, with safety chain stamped 'HOOPER 9ct'. Note: William C. Hoo
A beautiful cameo mourning brooch. Gilt, early Victorian, made as a large oval shell cameo depicting a beautifully carved depiction of Leda and the swan, framed in a rolled edge of polished metal, designed as a swivel panel, detailed to reverse with a wove
Anton Teutenberg swan & shell motif bar brooch knife edge bar with central scallop shell within which is set a swan and plants in the foreground. Length 65.6mm. Stamped A.T. 15c. On reverse, with lined box marked in gold A. Teutenberg. Medallist & Engraver
15ct yellow gold West Australian swan brooch, c.1910, attributed to Charles May double bar brooch with two mounted swans with a central garnet topped doublet and lower suspended swan 15C mark (this stamp used by Charles May). Length 5.5 cm
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