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Brooch attr. to Amy Sandheim
Large silver brooch with a complex openwork design set with moonstones and chrysoprase.
Crafted somewhat in the form of a stylised cross shape and designed to be worn upright, the brooch is full of detail featuring a studded bow in the top centre.
All the stones are circular with five moonstones progressing in line up the mid section, the largest of these at the very top.
Three green chrysoprase cabochons are positioned to contrast , one at the bottom of the stem and one on each side.
The brooch is unmarked but clearly in the manner of Amy Sandheim to whom it is attributed.
Just under 11.5 cm in length and dating from circa 1930’s.