A golden citrine bar brooch, approximately 1.6" in length, tested as 9ct but unmarked. It has a pin and hook catch.
The citrine stone is often called a Cairngorm, because the Cairngorm mountains in Scotland were a major source of this stone. The Victorians often overlaid their now popular rose gold with a layer of pure yellow gold. You can see on the scan how the yellow gold has rubbed away from the raised parts of the brooch, but remained in the hollows - a rather pleasing effect.
The price includes an attractive Victorian-style fitted box, together with packaging, insurance and Air Mail shipping anywhere in the world.