Edwardian Garnet Flower & Half Moon Brooch
This brooch was made circa 1900-1910 in Hungary which was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in those days. Garnets have been sourced in the mountains for hundreds of years there and have often been used to decorate salvers, ewers and jewellery. The metal has a very low gold content which all Describes a group of several closely related minerals. Garnets come in a variety of colours, however the most common colour is dark red. In descriptions, ‘garnet’ tends to refer to dark red stones unless otherwise specified. jewellery from this area in this style has. The design is pretty with a harvest moon and a flower symbolising the start of a relationship.
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