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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 &
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
15ct gold, pearl and turquoise brooch, Duggin, Shappere & Co., Melbourne, early 20th century, modelled as a kookaburra perched on a branch, the chest embellished in seed pearls, the crown, back and tail decorated with turquoise, the eye accented with a syn
Australian kookaburra brooch by Duggin Shappere & Co. (Melbourne 1896-1932. The kookaburra has a cabochon ruby eye and with script lettering 'Australia' marked with an 'Anchor 9 sheaf' width 52mm, with case. Reference: Australian Jewellers, Makers & marks
Australian 9ct yellow gold 'Australia' kookaburra & seed pearl brooch c.1910 by Duggin, Shappere & Co. Melbourne Jewellers 1896-1932. Stamped with an anchor, 9 and sheaf. Length 52mm. Eference: Australian Jewellers Makers & marks by Cavill, Cocks & Grace,
An Australian 15ct yellow gold multi-gemstone kookaburra brooch twenty seed pearl, five natural rubies and ten demantoid garnets, made by Duggin, Shappere & Co., Melbourne. As seen in Australian Jewellers by Cavill, Cocks and Grace, plate no. 93
Sterling silver spoons (3, two of which are rifle trophies c1915), thimbles (3), pen knives (4), vanity Ware (7) one with kookaburra top, Australiana silver necklace, Chinese stone brooch, compass, silver dish etc. Mixed condition. (30 items)
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