Lot 44 (The Jewellery Auction, 24th February 2019)

TWO RAF SWEETHEART BROOCHES

Sold for £120


Condition report
PLAIN GOLD EXAMPLE:
In generally worn condition.
Generally scratched. 
Pin doesn't close over securely. 
Catch is too wide for the pin.

ENAMELLED EXAMPLE:
Some enamel missing as seen in the images. 
In good condition otherwise.

 

ENAMELLED RAF SWEETHEART BROOCH,
the RAF emblem within a green enamel wreath beneath a red enamel crown, between outstretched wings, 57mm long, indistinctly marked; along with gold brooch depicting an albatross in flight between a crown and wreath emblems, marked 9ct to the reverse, 8.5g gross (2)

Bidders must assume that diamonds and coloured gem stones (including ruby, emerald, sapphire, peridot, aquamarine) may have undergone a form of treatment unless otherwise stated. It should not be assumed that any diamond or coloured gem is untreated or is natural, unless accompanied by a gemmological laboratory certificate (which would be mentioned in the description). McTear’s will only describe gold/platinum/silver as such when a full UK standard set of hallmarks is present on the object. Other marks such as foreign import stamps will be noted in the description.