Lot 1339 (The Jewellery Auction, 21st January 2021)
Sold for £240
Each in generally worn condition.
Bird - good condition - no damage to the enamel. 57mm long.
Blue bar - heavily scratched - some nicks to the enamel. 56mm long.
Daisy - Good condition - possible restoration to a small section of the petal. 34mm wide.
Blue leaves - chipped to the bottom of the main leaf. 60mm high.
Butterfly - Substance stuck to some of the butterflies. Some small nicks to the enamel. 30mm diameter.
Each has the pin intact.
DAVID ANDERSEN ENAMELLED BROOCH,
in the form of a yellow and brown enamelled bird upon a white and green enamelled tulip, along with a Norwegian blue enamelled leaf brooch, lacking makers mark, a blue enamelled bar brooch marked 925, S.G.G, N.M, a white and yellow enamelled daisy brooch, lacking makers mark and a blue butterfly brooch stamped VB, all items marked 925S (5)
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