Antique  Eglomise Picture Broach in Awesome Pinchbeck Ornate Frame ~ Wear or Display in Vitrine of Tiny TreasuresAntique  Eglomise Picture Broach in Awesome Pinchbeck Ornate Frame ~ Wear or Display in Vitrine of Tiny TreasuresAntique  Eglomise Picture Broach in Awesome Pinchbeck Ornate Frame ~ Wear or Display in Vitrine of Tiny TreasuresAntique  Eglomise Picture Broach in Awesome Pinchbeck Ornate Frame ~ Wear or Display in Vitrine of Tiny TreasuresAntique  Eglomise Picture Broach in Awesome Pinchbeck Ornate Frame ~ Wear or Display in Vitrine of Tiny TreasuresAntique  Eglomise Picture Broach in Awesome Pinchbeck Ornate Frame ~ Wear or Display in Vitrine of Tiny TreasuresAntique  Eglomise Picture Broach in Awesome Pinchbeck Ornate Frame ~ Wear or Display in Vitrine of Tiny TreasuresAntique  Eglomise Picture Broach in Awesome Pinchbeck Ornate Frame ~ Wear or Display in Vitrine of Tiny TreasuresAntique  Eglomise Picture Broach in Awesome Pinchbeck Ornate Frame ~ Wear or Display in Vitrine of Tiny Treasures

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Antique Large Eglomise Picture Broach in Awesome Pinchbeck Ornate Frame. Good Pin and Ready to Wear or Would be Great to Display on a Tiny Easel Back Stand in a Vitrine of Tiny Treasures.

CIRCA: Early 20th Century

PINCHBECK

NOTE: An alloy of copper and zinc (in a ratio of about 83% to 17%) used to imitate gold, although it is much lighter and eventually tarnishes; named for its inventor, English watchmaker Christopher Pinchbeck, ca. 1720, who employed it first for watches and watch chains, then expanded into articles of jewelry, buckles and various objects. While the original alloy quite convincingly copied the bright look of gold, Pinchbeck always distinguished pieces made of it from the real thing with a marking. However, less scrupulous rivals developed their own alloys, which they often tried to pass off as genuine gold. "Pinchbeck" began to acquire a secondary meaning as "cheap jewelry," or even "counterfeit." Still, it remained one of the best materials for costume jewelry until the mid-19th century, when it began to be supplanted by rolled gold, 9K gold and other gilding techniques or gold/metal alloys.

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SIZE: 2 ¾” x 2 1/8”

CONDITION: Very Good Antique Condition.The Small Loss. The pictures are an important part of the description; any questions please email or call 601 938-6633


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ITEM ID
JWS-0025
ITEM SIZE
2 ¾” x 2 1/8”
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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Antique Eglomise Picture Broach in Awesome Pinchbeck Ornate Frame ~ Wear or Display in Vitrine of Tiny Treasures

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