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I found this little piece in the English town of Newark - sweet little bit of Scottish "pebble" jewelry - this one feature Moss Agate and what looks like a piece of Jasper - both stones native to Scotland. Set in sterling (tested) in a "buckle" motif - very popular when Victoria was on the throne. Measures a little over 1.5 inches long. Probably a cherished souvenir from a long-ago holiday in the Scottish highlands. Circa 1880.
Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: Silver/Multi, Size: 1.5 inches
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Scottish Buckle Brooch - Victorian - Sterling & Moss Agate
$100 USD SOLD
Specializing in the period 1850-1940
Specializing in the period 1837-1937