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An antique Australian gold brooch, the finely crafted rectangular panel depicting a lyrebird, kangaroo and emu, framed in an elaborate scroll and engraved mount with glazed section, all in 15ct gold, circa 1860.

A collection of stick pins and bar brooches comprisings a kangaroo, enamel lady bug, a horseshoe, a lizard, a pearl cluster and an axe

Two gold circlet brooches, one with kangaroo and one with redstone set seed pearl flower brooch. Yellow and rose gold. Weight 3.79 grams

A Colonial gold brooch, circa 1860. Emu and kangaroo in foliate surround, yellow gold, length 48mm. Similar example: Brilliant, Australian gold and silver 1851 - 1950, edited by Eva Czernis-Ryl p.18 & 23. Provenance: A private collection, London.

A locket brooch of foliate design by Thomas Wright, Melbourne, the hinged vine leaf front section set with a green paste stone, the applied three part bar mark with unattributed kangaroo mark, T. W. and crown. 18ct yellow gold, width 30mm.

9ct great war sweetheart brooch a kangaroo and emu brooch set in a wire circle with a central boomerang engraved 'In France' resting on a rifle. Set with red and blue stones and a pearl

Levinson 9ct hand painted brooch painted by Helen Creeth on porcelain of a kangaroo paw 'WA'. Signed by artist. Set in a rose gold frame

A gold foliate and helmet shell cameo brooch, applied kangaroo and emu, makers mark indistinct. (Reference p.144 Australian Jewellers, Cavill, Cocks & Grace)

Three gold Southern Cross Brooches, circa 1915, comprising an Anzac brooch and a kangaroo brooch by Willis, Melbourne together with a Gallipoli brooch by Alfred T. Jackson, Fremantle

A gold brooch with kangaroo, circa 1860, length 2.5 cm, width 2.9 cm. (Reference p.69 Australian Jewellery, 19th & 20th century, Anne Schofield, Kevin Fahy)

Brooch By Willis, Melbourne: In the form of a boomerang, surmounted by a map of Australia flanked by an emu and kangaroo. 9ct yellow gold. Weight 2.63 grams.

Important cameo brooch: The oval helmet shell depicting a kangaroo. Applied triple part bar mark for 9ct (Makers mark obscure) For a similar example by F W Nissen, Brisbane see Caville, Cocks and Grace, Published by Cgc Gold Pty Ltd, 1992, page 179.

An Australian 9ct yellow gold map of Australian, kangaroo, kookaburra brooch made by Johnson and Simonsen, Melbourne

Hallmarked silver and enamel kangaroo/boomerang, brooch, circa 1912

A sterling silver brooch of a kangaroo with Birmingham hallmarks

An Australian antique mourning brooch, the reversible glazed brooch with carved bone panel depicting an emu and kangaroo, with a photo locket to reverse, within a rolled gold foliate mount

An Edwardian silver kangaroo & Wishbone brooch; W & S., Birmingham 1916. (cased for Flavelle & Roberts)

An Australian opal and gold kangaroo brooch, circa 1870 modelled with a kangaroo looking backwards standing on a gold nugget within a circle and a border of scrolling grape vines and two flowerheads, each set with a round solid white opal set within little

9ct yellow gold Australiana brooch c.1910, by Willis of Melbourne, depicting a kangaroo and kookaburra mounted on a boomerang with central map of Australia

An Australian gold portrait brooch, by William Lamborn & Leopold Wagner, Londsdale Street, Melbourne, circa 1860, with a photographic print of gentleman, the reverse with a young girl, in a gold frame flanked by an emu and kangaroo and a border of vine lea

An Australian gold locket brooch, circa 1880, with a green rectangular paste set on a hinged vine leaf opening to reveal a photograph print of a bearded gentleman flanked by an emu and kangaroo and a border of vine leaves a swallow and a ribbon, 18 carat y

Australian 18 carat gold swivel brooch c1870, containing a photographic portrait of a gentleman and black fabric to the reverse, the pierced oval frame having applied figures of an emu, kangaroo, dove and ribbon tie interspersed by grape leaves with tendri

Large reversible 15 carat gold and silver gilt dress brooch, attributed to Brunkhorst c1885, the obverse with a relief diorama of a kangaroo and emu on a rocky ledge, on the reverse a carved cameo of Eros and Psyche, all contained in an openwork frame with

5 Australiana brooches. Including two 9 carat gold kookaburras one with turquoise and seed pearls, 9 carat gold Tasmania, plus a gold plated kangaroo and an emu

Oval 18ct gold brooch engraved in relief depicting a cathedral with a kangaroo and emu in the foreground, reputedly made for the Adelaide Exhibition