An antique miniature portrait brooch, the oval ivory panel finely hand painted with a portrait of a gentleman in profile, to the reverse a glazed section with plaited hair, mounted in a 15ct gold frame with chased and applied decoration
An unusual and impressive ivory brooch, antique, beautifully crafted as a stylised carved hand with lace cufflinks detail, clasping a bouquet of flowers, the blooms of three dimensional form, further detailed to the ring finger with a yellow gold band set
A gem-set and ivory brooch/pendant, modelled as a textured gold elephant head, decorated by a cabochon emerald and diamond head-dress suspending an articulated turquoise drop, to the ruby eyes and ivory tusks, with diamond-set suspension hoop, mounted in 1
Two ivory brooches, late 19th century, the first brooch, designed as an oval plaque centring upon a carved ivory cameo depicting the bust of a classical robed maiden with flowers in her hair, mounted within a polished gold frame with foliate detail, the se
A miniature portrait brooch, of circular form, comprising a textured coiled frame with applied ruby and gold detail, centred with a glazed hand painted miniature portrait on ivory, in 15ct gold, in original fitted box.
Silver and ivory foliate design brooch and ring set. The brooch and the ring both having a turned ribbon style silver border with a central carved ivory flower. The ring has applied leaves to the shoulders and the brooch has a safety chain. both stamped si
A parcel of silver pearl marcasite and ivory jewellery; a pair of pearl set floral clip earring, a spray brooch set with 11 fine quality cultured pearls, a green enamel brooch with stud earrings, a pair of green enamel and ivory clip earrings and a carved
A Chinese export carved ivory plaque, late 19th/early 20th century, circular, carved in relief with a scene of figures in a garden with trees between buildings, mounted with a pin as a brooch. Diameter 6.5 cm
West Australian Levinson 9ct yellow gold brooch with carved and stained ivory rose, c.1910-1930- signed makers stamp length 5 cm. Note: similar example shown, page 128, Australian jewellery, 19th and 20th century, by Anne Schofield and Kevin Fahy
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