This piece is a genuine Japanese Brooch brought back from Japan in the early 1960s.
Cultured Pearl Brooch set with 9 round cultured pearls, measuring 5.25mm each.
Colour cream/off white. Lustre good.
Set in genuine Silver 92.5%, stamped 925, Leaf Style Design.
The Brooch measures 56.0mm long x 30.0mm wide.
Fittings are roller catch, joint and pin.
I have just had the Brooch cleaned and the pearls reset by a professional jeweller and have a valuation dated 25th September, 2018. It is valued at AU$550.
An extremely unique and beautiful piece. A one of a kind.
It comes in the original Blue Velvet Brooch box.
Pick up or + $ for postage.
A lovely Wedgwood Pink Jasper Heart Brooch with 2 Pink Hearts, an unusual Sterling Silver X over design around each Heart.
The Hearts are each approximately 2cm across and brooch is 4cm wide.
The brooch is in perfect condition, hardly ever worn and has no chips or cracks and the Sterling Silver casing has no scratches.
Fittings joining the 2 Pink Hearts together are brooch back and roller catch, joint and pin.
An extremely unique and beautiful piece.
Pick up or + $ for postage.
Vintage Bark Painting in a Wooden Frame.
Size of frame is 41cm x 33.5cm.
Picture is made from different shades of tree bark.
Signed but can't read the Artist name at the bottom.
Ready to hang.
Frame does have a chip at the bottom of right hand corner.
Few small age spots on white border.
Otherwise picture is in good condition.
This figural boot-shaped teapot is exquisitely detailed in 3D and features all the favourite Australian native animals. A little platypus is peeping out of the front flap of the boot; a kangaroo is standing upon a shoe lace; a mother and baby koala are smiling and waving from a doorway; and a wombat is leaning on a windowsill on the other side. The pot?s lid is topped with steps leading up to a country cottage.
The pottery teapot is hand-painted in shades of brown to beige and is unglazed.
The bottom of the teapot is imprinted with ?Swagman Pottery Australian Made? stamp
The dimensions are: 21 cm long (spout to handle), 14 cm tall and 7.6 cm deep.
The teapot is in pristine condition.
Australia?s Swagman Pottery began production in the 1980s, closing down in 1998. All items are extremely collectable as they are full of charm and character, with wonderful 3D detail and cute humanised animals.
Swagman pottery is highly sought after and collectors are predicting prices of these pieces will continue to rise, making this piece a good investment for the future, a valuable addition to any collection or a unique gift of Australiana.
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