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Antique Micromosaic Brooch
Micromosaic jewellery became popular during the Grand Tour period (17th - 19th Century). Members of rich European families would travel around Europe, taking in the sights and cultures of different countries. Italy was a very popular point on the tour. Many micromosaics were exported to jewellers in London and Paris. Micromosaic jewellery fell out of fashion in the 1870s.
- 18ct yellow gold
- Approximately 49 x 58mm
- Good - Wear consistent with age and use
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