Just look at how incredible this large Silver 'Reynolds Angel' cherub brooch is! Crafted from sumptuous Sterling Silver with fine engravings throughout, this antique cherub brooch is burst with personality.
'Reynolds Angels' was the name given to a portrait painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds first exhibited in 1787. The famous painting shows five different angles of the head of five-year-old Lady Frances Gordon. This painting has gone on to inspire the creation of gorgeous jewellery pieces including this awe-inspiring brooch.
With a secure pin attached to her back, this Edwardian brooch can be firmly affixed to your jacket lapel or threaded through your top buttonhole. With such a story behind this infamous cherub, she is not one to be missed!
ERA: Edwardian (1901-1909)
MEASUREMENTS: Brooch is 43.5mm long x 22mm wide.
MATERIALS: Tests as Sterling Silver throughout with Metal pin, C clasp and hinge.
STAMPS & HALLMARKS: None present.
PACKAGING: Your order will be gift wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.
EXCELLENT. This large Silver 'Reynolds Angel' cherub brooch is in excellent condition! Her fine engravings are crisp and only add to the realism of this gorgeous angel cherub. Her pin shuts securely into her C clasp so this striking antique brooch can be worn with the utmost confidence!