SOLD! for $143.00.
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- Low Estimate: $250.00
- High Estimate: $350.00
- Realized: $143.00
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3 pieces Victorian gold jewelry, including a gold and enameled, etched glass Masonic watch fob and two brooches. Fob marked E.J.S. Progressive R.A.M. No. 198, Brooklyn on front side with more letter markings in a circle on back, surrounding an etched image of a fish visible only at certain angles. Some apparent wear to enameling but all letters visible at certain angle. 3/4" height. First brooch has star and moon design set on two bars, nine graduated seed pearls set in gold and centered with a small rose cut red stone. Pin slightly loose, may be a replacement. 1 3/4" length. Second brooch is circular in form, set with ten seed pearls and black composition material (possibly gutta percha) leaves, also functions as a pendant drop. Some chipping to leaves. 1 1/2" diameter. Items gold tested at 14K. Last half 19th century.