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Gorgeous Art Deco French sterling silver and marcasite bow brooch c1920-30's

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This is a very pretty vintage silver marcasite brooch designed as a bow.

It is beautifully and finely detailed with pierced silverwork set with twinkling marcasite stones. It dates to the 1920's and is French in origin with a teeny tiny French silver mark and a continental safety clasp.

A lovely piece of vintage jewellery with a warm antique patina to the silver, wonderful on a little cardigan or to secure the neck of a crossover dress.

Measurements are : 4.5cms/2.75ins x approx 2.5cms/1ins

CONDITION GUIDELINE : EXCELLENT

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Our diamond rings do not come with certificates or appraisals unless stated in the listing. This is quite commonplace with antique and vintage rings in the UK. I have over 20years experience selling jewellery and I carefully test, check and measure everything with professional equipment.
I don't offer a re-sizing service but I am happy to offer advice as to whether a ring may be altered to your required size.
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All items come with a new presentation box and rings are also gift wrapped. We package with care so your item arrives in perfect condition.

Gorgeous Art Deco French sterling silver and marcasite bow brooch c1920-30's


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: silver, marcasite
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 257 reviews
  • Favorited by: 44 people