London, South Kensington
16 October 2005
A group of Celtic design jewellery
comprising a 19th century gold and agate circular brooch with central cross of St. Andrew and coronet baronial motif, the agate panel border with engraved celtic style intervals; a brooch of similar design mounted in silver; a 19th century silver and Scottish agate penanular brooch with paste terminals; and a round-cut amethyst single stone brooch with thistle motif and pierced decoration.
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