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Art Deco Red Indian Brooch
Unusual and extremely eye-catching silver brooch crafted as the full face of a Red Indian Chief smoking a pipe.
Set with a myriad of tiny marcasites and a ring of turquoise stones that almost completely encircle his face.
Just to complete the look, a little faceted red stone is set in the bowl of his moveable pipe, which can swing from side to side.
Marked for 925 silver in the back and measuring approximately 6 cm long to the bottom of the pipe.