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H.C. Freeman Silver and Enamel Brooch*
Art Nouveau silver and enamel brooch with a distinctly Liberty look about it, made by the London based silversmith Henry Charles Freeman and hallmarked at Birmingham for the year 1907.
The mix of green and blue enamelling shows some slight crazing which doesn’t appear to have been picked up in our photos but is mentioned for accuracy. The enamel is otherwise sound with nothing missing.
Clearly marked on the back and with a width of 3.3 cm.
We’ve had quite a discussion as to which way up the brooch looks best and feel pretty sure that the most pleasing way is shown in the majority of our photos, but we’ve included one with the brooch inverted.