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Victorian Hand Painted Porcelain Dog Rose Brooch

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    Posted 17 days ago

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    I found this brooch the other day. I felt the painting was very well done. Often the painting is inferior or the subject overdone. This painting looked well done and was the dog or wild rose. I believe it is 19th century because of that long pin. The dog rose means pleasure and pain in the Language of Flowers. It is also larger than most pins of this type, at 2 and 1/4" tall and 1 and 3/4" wide.

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    1. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 16 days ago
      This is beautiful! Perfect for a spring day.
      19th century? I was under the impression the round hinge was popular in the 1930’s.
      NO EXPERT HERE! ( even if it were true it would make it nearly 90 years old) Set me straight Maureen, am I missing something?
    2. plein-air-painter plein-air-painter, 16 days ago
      Hi Eileen, you could be right, but this type of painting wasn't so stylish then. Also that super long pin pretty much disappeared from all jewelry after the turn of the century. Perhaps it is from the nineteen teens. The quality of the painting is what tells me this is earlier. That's my best guess:)

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