Birmingham 1894. Rare Victorian Silver Sweetheart Brooch. “Blackpool Tower”.
By Woodbridge Antiques Centre From United Kingdom
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Birmingham 1894. Rare Victorian Sweetheart Brooch. “Blackpool Tower”.
This rare Victorian sweetheart brooch is fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1894. The hallmarks are clear and legible. This is a lovely little brooch depicting Blackpool Tower on the front and floral engravings either side. It’s in excellent condition.
Overall is weighs approximately 4g and measures 4.4cm x 2.1cm.
Hallmarks: Birmingham 1894
Dimensions: 4.4cm x 2.1cm
The Displayed Price includes packaging and postage using a signed for service to a UK address.
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Woodbridge Antiques Centre is housed in characterful 18th century building nestled in the heart of the bustling Suffolk town of Woodbridge, close to the station, and also to the main shopping thoroughfare. The centre was founded in 2007 by Natalie Smith, and over the past 7 years, it has quickly become established as one of the premier Antique centres in the county, offering a wide range of Antique, Collectable and Vintage items, to suit all tastes and pockets.
The Centre has been on BBC2's popular series, “Antiques Road Trip” and is regularly featured in articles for local and national publications, including the Antiques Trade Gazette and the East Anglian Daily Times.