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Victorian Onyx & Pearl Mourning Brooch in 14k Gold

Victorian Onyx & Pearl Mourning Brooch in 14k Gold


Here is a fantastic antique Victorian mourning brooch. This beautifully crafted piece features carved onyx and 14k yellow gold. This surprisingly modern-looking brooch has a beveled U-shaped curve with enamel over gold ball-shaped details on the ends. An articulated drop with a lovely seed pearl and black enamel station connects a geometric dangle to the base, capped with a carved onyx bead. The pearls are bright and luminous against the black background of glossy onyx. The reverse features a gold backing with an antique C-style clasp in working order. This fine example of Victorian mourning jewelry is ready to wear, gift, or add to your collection. 



2in tall x 1.7in wide

14k gold, 17.7g

onyx, black enamel,  and seed pearls

1800s, Victorian 



This lovely mourning brooch is in beautiful shape for being over 100 years old. There are two small chips in the upper onyx piece, both under 2mm and barely noticeable. One tiny spot of black enamel loss. This stunning piece of fine antique jewelry is ready to find a home. 

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