Circa late 19th century to turn of the 20th century, this superb brooch pin is most probably a Scottish Brooch Pin used for securing a kilt or throw over scarf. It is beautifully crafted as the photographs show, highly relief Art Nouveau flora and leaves border the impressive large Amber glass stone which is emerald bevel cut. The brooch is off the open type used Circa 1880s and 1890s. It measure 3.5" by 2" and is in lovely condition as pictured. The metal is beautifully preserved gold filled metal accented with delicate engraving. This is from my mother's personal collection of special jewelry she collected for dressing antique dolls and her own creations which are on display in the Montana Powell County Museum in the Yesterday's Playthings building.