Three Bug brooches and pair of earrings. The three brooches crafted as stylised interpretations of bugs, two being cicadas and one a beetle, along with a small pair of silver gilt earrings also set with enamelled bugs.
An Egyptian revival ancient scarab beetle brooch the 18th dynasty (1500 B.C) stone scarab beetle amulet, (recovered at, thebes, Luxor, 1937), mounted in a 1930s winged metal mount, (not tested), with purchase receipt dated 1943. Length 6 cm
Yellow gold Egyptian revival brooch with a central carved lapis lazuli scarab, rose cut diamond set eyes, applied gold filigree and green, red and white enamel decorations to the wings, marked 'C. B.' with an applied panel for 'D. R. G. M.', the retailer's
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