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Barnet Henry Joseph Gold Brooch*
English Art Nouveau 9 ct. gold brooch by the goldsmith and silversmith Barnet Henry Joseph, whose workshop was in Frederick Street, Birmingham in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s.
In two component parts, the uppermost streamlined bar section is fitted with the pin behind and suspends on two short chains the main element with its elegant, sinuous lines.
Faceted pink tourmalines are set in the centre of each, and a little wing pearl drop adds the finishing touch.
Circa 1900 and measuring 5.25 cm in length.
The brooch is marked BHJ and for 9 ct. gold on both components.