Posted 5 years ago
I bought this brooch few days ago in a charity shop in Brighton, paid a couple of pounds for it. I saw similar brooches on the net, usually described as Czech filigree from the 1920s or 1930s. However I read somewhere this kind of jewellery shouldn't be called filigree at all. It is pressed or more correctly stamped on a giant press out of thin metal sheets, while a filigree is made by twisting very fine wires together.
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