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Strolling Along - Walking Stick Gold Brooch in Box
Strolling Along - Walking Stick Gold Brooch in Box
Strolling Along - Walking Stick Gold Brooch in Box
Strolling Along - Walking Stick Gold Brooch in Box
Strolling Along - Walking Stick Gold Brooch in Box
Strolling Along - Walking Stick Gold Brooch in Box
Strolling Along - Walking Stick Gold Brooch in Box

Story

Strolling along the avenue in style, you will look even more like the distinguished lady or gentleman wearing this charming antique brooch.

In its original fitted box, this is a 15k yellow gold brooch in the form of a gold bamboo motif walking stick. It is complete with a natural saltwater seed pearl and turquoise cabochon.

It dates to the 1920s, petite in scale and could be worn scattered with other brooches, or is certainly distinctive by itself.

The box is imprinted in gold to the interior: Wilson & Gill Pearl and Diamond Merchants, 134 Regent Street, London.

Historical Note: The firm was founded in 1892 and remained in force until 1969 when it was bought out by Hester Clarke Ltd., still in business today.

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Item 20634

Strolling Along - Walking Stick Gold Brooch in Box

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$495 USD
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Date: Circa 1920.

Measurements: Length of 1 7/8 inches long and the walking stick curve is 7/16 inches wide. Weight of 2.9 grams.

Condition: Excellent, end of pin is slightly bent. Box is in fair condition with exterior wear and a sticker on the bottom which removed will also take off some of the surface.

Origin: English.

Story

Strolling along the avenue in style, you will look even more like the distinguished lady or gentleman wearing this charming antique brooch.

In its original fitted box, this is a 15k yellow gold brooch in the form of a gold bamboo motif walking stick. It is complete with a natural saltwater seed pearl and turquoise cabochon.

It dates to the 1920s, petite in scale and could be worn scattered with other brooches, or is certainly distinctive by itself.

The box is imprinted in gold to the interior: Wilson & Gill Pearl and Diamond Merchants, 134 Regent Street, London.

Historical Note: The firm was founded in 1892 and remained in force until 1969 when it was bought out by Hester Clarke Ltd., still in business today.