Circa 1850 this pretty Victorian Crescent Moon Brooch is a genuine antique and oh so beautiful!
The 31 Paste gemstones are set in solid Sterling Silver and are all original, with a beautiful, high impact sparkle!
The Pastes are all old mine cut just like old antique Diamonds, so make a perfect gift for someone who appreciates the quality and craftsmanship of antique jewellery.
In Victorian and Edwardian times the crescent moon represented new love and relationships, and symbolized the hopes a new relationship would "wax" into marriage. It was also was a symbol of femininity and spirituality. As such it would make a unique and thoughtful wedding or engagement gift!
The brooch pin is strong & in perfect ready to wear condition and looks stunning worn on a cardigan or coat lapel, on a scarf or threaded into a simple Silver chain and worn as a necklace.
ERA: Victorian (1837-1901)
MEASUREMENTS: 43mm from side to side. 40 mm tall.
MATERIALS: Sterling Silver body, Paste, Steel pin for added strength.
HALLMARKS: "925", Maker's Mark "KP".
CONDITION: Very Good
This pretty Victorian crescent moon brooch is in gorgeous condition with quality, solid construction and a pin that moves with ease and stays shut securely. The paste stones are beautiful! - Incredibly clear and full of radiance and sparkle. There is a little variation in colour; with some bright white and some with a subtle champagne colour, but all the gems sit very well together as a group and are secure in their settings. This is a great gift or new addition to any vintage enthusiasts wardrobe, ready to wear and enjoy!
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