This is an elegant Victorian period gilded brass or Pinchbeck paste stone set brooch in the form of a garland of leaves with flower on top, bow below, and dangle beneath. There are no markings. The back has its original T hinged pin stem and C clasp closure. The amber citrine colored paste stones are held within pie crust edged collet settings.
This brooch measures 2.375" long by 1.25" across. The largest stone measures 15mm x 12mm, and the smaller stone measures 10mm x 8mm.
Condition is good.
This is an excellent example of Victorian period costume jewelry.
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