Antique Victorian Solid Silver Aesthetic Brooch, (Richard John wakefield,1886)

Antique Victorian Solid Silver Aesthetic Brooch, (Richard John wakefield,1886)

SKU: 0341

Description

Antique Victorian solid silver aesthetic brooch, 1886. Solid silver brooch from the aesthetic movement period. Beautiful hand chasing to the front with yellow gold & rose gold depicting  a bird in flight & foilage. Pin to verso. Fully hallmarked. A wonderful addition to any collection. With gift box.

 

Significant Events of 1886:

Great Western railway opens the Severn tunnel.

Coca-cola is invented by American pharmacist Dr John Pemberton.

 

Maker:

Richard John Wakefield

Tenby Street North, Birmingham.

 

Assay

Birmingham

 

Date

1886

 

Weight

4.13 grams

 

Dimensions

41mm x 25mm

 

Condition.

Excellent condition for it's age with light surface marks that are consistent with genuine age, use & polishing. Please see photographs, 2 of the balls on the outer edge of the brooch have been slightly bent back.

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£45.00Price

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