Orange blossom brooch

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A porcelain brooch inspired by an original artefact in the collection of the British Museum.

This hand-made brooch evokes the subtle beauty of a piece that was given to Queen Victoria by Prince Albert in 1839, a year before their marriage.

That piece was retailed by Hunt and Roskell, London around 1846 and is currently on display in the jewellery gallery of the Museum.

This delicate brooch is supplied with a gift box.

More about Hunt & Roskell

Robert Roskell was a famous pocket watch maker who started creating masterpieces in Liverpool, England in 1798. Eventually, he moved to London to continue on in his watch making career with the firm which, in 1843, was renamed Hunt & Roskell with Robert Roskell as the new partner. This company produced some of the finest watches and jewellery during its time in operation.

  • Product Code: CMCJ53120
  • Dimension: approx 9cm x 6cm
  • SUBTITLE: British Museum
  • Material: porcelain, gold paint & hypoallergenic metal
  • Details: Made in Spain
  • Weight: 0.01 Kg

A porcelain brooch inspired by an original artefact in the collection of the British Museum.

This hand-made brooch evokes the subtle beauty of a piece that was given to Queen Victoria by Prince Albert in 1839, a year before their marriage.

That piece was retailed by Hunt and Roskell, London around 1846 and is currently on display in the jewellery gallery of the Museum.

This delicate brooch is supplied with a gift box.

More about Hunt & Roskell

Robert Roskell was a famous pocket watch maker who started creating masterpieces in Liverpool, England in 1798. Eventually, he moved to London to continue on in his watch making career with the firm which, in 1843, was renamed Hunt & Roskell with Robert Roskell as the new partner. This company produced some of the finest watches and jewellery during its time in operation.

  • Product Code: CMCJ53120
  • Weight: 0.01 Kg