Rare silver brooch as crane studded with macate and color stone around 1930

Item number: A3717.2

A filigree silver work made of 800/- silver from the first half of the 20th century.

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A brooch is a jewelry that is already found in antiquity. You attach the pin to the clothing, the closure usually works like a safety pin. When, in the 14th century, with the invention of buttons, a new possibility of closing clothes was created, the brooch became a pure ornamental object.

Cranes have always been considered the most loyal partners in the animal world. If you look for a companion, she can not separate anything. So you can see this adorable brooch made of silver as a perfect gift to a loved one. The brooch is made of 925 / silver and adorned with numerous marcasites, which were already processed in the times of Art Deco as decorative semi-precious stones. This work dates from the years around 1920. The eye of the crane is decorated with a red color stone.

Dimensions & Details
- Length 5.5 cm x 5.6 cm
- Weight 16.45 g
- In 925 / silver
- Excellent condition

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