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Three Scottish Revival Pins

Collection of Scottish Revival jewelry. (J3679, et al)

In 1848 Queen Victoria purchased Balmoral,  a castle in Scotland,  and sparked a public fascination with all things Scottish.  These three diminutive (or wee as they say in the Highlands) jewels are beautiful examples of the Scottish Revival jewelry popular throughout the Victorian era.

These jewels are described as follows (clockwise from the top)

Bar Pin - Sterling silver set with bloodstone and jasper.  1.75" long.  Hallmarks for Chester, 1901 and "W.H.L.".

Battle Axe Pin - Sterling silver set with jasper.  2" tall and 0.75" wide.  Marked Sterling Silver and "S.P.C."(?).

Luckenbooth Pin - Silver set with agate and jasper.  1.125" tall by 0.75" wide.  British registry mark for 1862.

All three pieces are in good condition,  but like most antique jewels show wear and patina consistent with their age.

Cost:  Although these Scottish Revival pins have sold,  you will find many more elegant jewels in the Antique Jewelry Gallery.

Rear view of collection of Scottish Revival jewelry. (J3679, et al)

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