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Victorian 9K Gold Mizpah Brooch

Victorian 9K Gold Mizpah Brooch


Here is an antique Mizpah brooch in 9k solid gold. This Victorian brooch features a few great examples of iconic Victorian symbolism, including the Ivy around the border. Sentimental Mizpah jewelry was quite popular in the Victorian period. This Mizpah pin has many hallmarks of Victorian aesthetic period design, including floral motifs, Asian-inspired linear designs, and an asymmetrical form. This little brooch is fully hallmarked for gold and is ready to wear, collect, or gift!


Mizpah is a Hebrew word for "watchtower." Mizpah jewelry would be worn by those separated from each other, friends, lovers, and anyone else. Mizpah jewelry was worn as a sentimental reminder and promise. A line in Genesis reads, "And Mizpah; for he said, The LORD watch between me and thee when we are absent one from another."  



1.1in round

1.6mm thick

Antique C clasp

Metal: 9k gold


  • Condition Report

    All our antique and vintage jewelry is pre-loved and may show signs of age-related wear. As part of our commitment to your positive experience, in this section, we list any condition issues we see, however minor they may be. As always, feel free to reach out with questions at any time. :)

     * Overall, very nice condition! Some patina. Great hallmarks. The Clasp works well. Very light age-related surface wear. 


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The Condition Report

An item must be 100 years old or older to be considered antique. This means many antiques may have age-related wear. We chalk it up to character and love it, but it is essential that we fully describe any wear, no matter how minor. Each piece is carefully inspected, tested, and fully described before it lands in the shop.