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Essex crystal deer brooch (circa 1850)

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eNum: 4714.CENN.1719

Here we have a really unusual brooch made in England c1850 to 1860, and it is set in a very fine and heavy eighteen-carat yellow gold frame.
It is set in the centre in an Essex crystal, which is hand carved and painted with a deer in the background.
It is backed with mother of pearl to highlight the painting.
Finally a hunting horn surrounds the entire piece.
A very wearable piece for today.

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