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Victorian Crepe Stone Mourning Brooch

Victorian Crepe Stone Mourning Brooch


Here is a beautiful Victorian mourning brooch. This fantastic piece features a great antique material called "crepe stone." This is made from molded glass that was intended to mimic the look of the highly sought-after carved Jet. Black jewelry was common during the Victorian period and into the Edwardian period for both mourning and non-mourning jewelry. Brooches like this were often worn at the neck. This moody Victorian brooch is in fantastic condition and is ready to wear or collect. 



Approx 1.2in round

C clasp

Rose Gold-tone, untested, gold filled


  • Condition Report

    All our antique and vintage jewelry is pre-loved and may show signs of age-related wear. We provide multiple high-resolution photos to help describe our finds. They are an important part of the description. 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, with some visible age-related wear on the reverse of the gold fill. There is a loop where the original safety chain would have been. A few minuscule age-related hairlines in the glass. A great Victorian mourning brooch!


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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.