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Victorian Agate Specimen Brooch

Victorian Agate Specimen Brooch


Here is a wonderful antique specimen brooch. This rectangular-shaped brooch features a gorgeous dendritic agate specimen with lovely reddish-brown inclusions on a milky transparent ground.  We see small brooches like this often, but this one is quite large, and it is a real conversation starter. This lovely Victorian stone is open back set in silver with a soft gold wash. The antique c-style clasp and tube hinge work nicely and are secure.  Agate brooches like this were a popular accessory in the Victorian era. There are no hallmarks on this brooch. It is from the 1800s. This lovely little piece of history is ready to wear, gift, or collect! 



Approx 2.5in x 1.5in 

C clasp works beautifully

Unmarked, silver

Victorian, 1800s



* Overall very nice condition. The stone is clean and smooth. Some age-related wear on the gold-washed silver and light tarnish. Ready to 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.