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Edwardian silver and paste bow brooch with white metal pin and C. clasp.
Edwardian Jewellery refers to jewellery worn in England during the reign of Edward VII, 1900-1910.
Paste is highly refractive glass and simulates the brilliance of diamonds.
The well-proportioned style of this bow is cheeky and playful and, due to the clarity of the stones, it can be worn on any background making it extremely versatile.
Weight 3.6 grams. circa 1910
All prices quoted in Canadian dollars.