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A glitzy antique Art Deco brooch from the 1920s decorated with glistening, clear pastes, a contrasting combination of round and baguette cut. Two ribbed green tourmaline spheres top and tail the gallery with blue and red paste leaves along the centre, all adding a wonderful splash of colour to the piece.
Paste is a heavy, transparent flint glass that has been used since ancient times to simulate the beauty of gemstones. The art of cutting paste takes expert craftsmanship and the highest quality stones are often able to replicate the cut, colour and sparkle of natural gems to near perfection.
The gallery is modelled in silver and is characteristically Deco in design with geometric shapes and milgrain bordering. It’s very striking and fitted with a pin and locking clasp at the back to hold it secure.
WEIGHT: 18.6 grams
MEASURES: Height 32mm x Width 45mm x Depth 8mm
STONES: Paste Stones, Green Tourmalines (9 x 10mm each)
AGE: Art Deco. (Circa 1920)
ITEM NUMBER: 23-706
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