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Archibald Knox Enamelled Silver Brooch
A rare silver brooch designed by Archibald Knox and made by the Birmingham firm of W.H. Haseler between 1900 and 1904.
With enamelling in shades of blue, green and red, colours wich contrast so well with the silver.
Impressed marks for WHH and silver on the reverse and approximately 3 cm in width.
A picture of a similar brooch can be seen on page 265 of the book Archibald Knox by Stephen A. Martin.