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Eleven pieces of Victorian gold-filled and pinchbeck jewelry including mourning items. 1st item: Necklace with filigree work and cameo pendant, 18" chain. 2nd item: Mourning brooch/pendant with well carved cameo on black background, surrounded by nine applied rose and green colored gold oak leaves, 1-1/2"H. 3rd item: oval locket with applied colored stones and elaborate engraving including a scene of a castle, 22" chain, 1-5/8" locket. 4th item: Mourning brooch with central compartment under glass for hair and mementos, surrounded by black enameling with gold letters. 1-1/2" x 1-3/8". 5th item: Watch holder or brooch with taille d'epergne enamel decoration, 1-3/8"L. 6th-11th items: six bar pins of various designs including one with paste stones and monogram, one with seed pearls, and one with three leaves, 3/4" to 2-3/8"L. All late 19th century. Provenance: Estate of Sara Lee Buhler, Yorktown, Indiana. Condition: Scattered minor wear. Items inside the central window on the enameled brooch (#4) have come loose.