A very stylish, superbly made circa 1920's 'flying duck gold brooch' possibly commissioned for a lady or gentleman to wear at a wildfowler shoot; the bird is finely feathered with outstretched head and neck enamelled in deep blue, the underwings and tail with light rhodium plating; the reverse impressed "9ct" (9 carat gold) and with maker's details "J.G&S" (John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham.) in oval surround. Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings with safety catch device, enamel perfect,
A very unusual well designed, unmarked hollow silver coloured hunt brooch pin. Very good condition, original pin fittings, no dent or distortions, a superb example.
A superb Victorian hollow silver hunt brooch stock pin, in the form of a horse bit horseshoe and hunting whip the reverse bearing Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1888 and maker's details "G.F.W". Very good condition, original pin fittings.
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