Victorian silver horseshoe brooch

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An attractive and unusual silver lucky horseshoe brooch, made in the Victorian era by Payton, Pepper and Co, Birmingham 1889.

This brooch has a curved horseshoe nail with a curb chain link horseshoe running over the nail.

A very artistic piece of jewellery made by a renowned maker of the era.

Horseshoes were a prominent feature in Victorian jewellery and they were considered a symbol of good fortune.

It has an old C type clasp fastener and is fully hallmarked.

Condition:
Good used condition overall with lots of aged patina.

Approx measurements:
1.5" width and 1" height

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