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Object of the Week – Enamel and Diamond Brooch / Pendant

Object of the Week – Enamel and Diamond Brooch / Pendant

c.1910
£1,950

A beautiful purple, pink and  yellow enamel pansy brooch, with diamond centre. The piece can also be worn as a pendant.

The pansy is the birth flower of February, and its symbolic meanings include love of one person for another: it was therefore popular in the Victorian era for conveying this message through ‘the language of flowers’.

Saul Greenstein
Stand 304-6
Grays Antique Market
58 Davies Street
London
W1K 5LP

+44 (0)20 7629 9282
[email protected]
www.saulgreenstein.co.uk

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