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Victorian Silver Good Luck Reworked Brooch Necklace

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Victorian Silver Good Luck Reworked Brooch Necklace

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Beautiful Victorian fully hallmarked silver 'Good Luck' brooch which we've reworked into a more contemporary necklace setting. The fabulous original brooch is a classic Victorian 'Good Luck' design of an embellished bar featuring the traditional good luck symbols of a horseshoe, ivy and a flower. Ivy was commonly used to symbolise fidelity, and the flower could be a poppy (health and sucess) or a forget me not (romantic love), so this might have been a general 'Good Luck' brooch or one made for a wedding. It looks fabulous as a necklace, and has been hung on a split 16" silver belcher chain, to give a nice length of 17.5", sitting just above the collarbone. Fully hallmarked for Chester, the year 1900. A lovely gift or truly special signature piece.


The central 'brooch' piece measures 47mm long by 18mm tall, and is hung on a split 16" chain to give a total length of c17.5".
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Finer Details

The original brooch piece to the necklace is in great antique condition. The brooch is also hallmarked with its' makers mark, which is WBs. This stands for the Ward Brothers, who were jewellery makers in the world famous jewellery quarter of Birmingham from the late 1800s. The chain fastens with a ring trigger clasp.

Additional Information

Jewellery Type Necklaces
Period Victorian
SKU V391

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