Brooch

Collection Type

  • Jewelry

Date

1880-1890

GUSN

GUSN-102181

Description

Circular onyx brooch with a rosette of seed pearls set in the center, set in a gold mount, hinged pin and hook on reverse. The brooch was given in a square white leather box with the name of Tilden-Thurber jewelry retailer on interior of lid.

Details

Descriptive Terms

brooches
pins (jewelry)
Brooch

Inscription

"TILDEN-THURBER Co. / Providence, R.I." (Embossed)

Additional Identification Number

1632

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Maker

Possibly Tilden-Thurber Company (Jeweler)

Object Type

Adornment

Dimensions

3/8 (W), 1 1/8 (diameter) (inches)

Credit Line

Gift of Ella Newton Rhoades

Accession Number

1941.1056

Reference Notes

For more information on jet jewelry and imitations see Bury, Shirley, "Jewellery, 1789-1910" v. 2 (1991): 657-709; Cooper, Diana and Norman Battershill, "Victorian Sentimental Jewellery," (1972): 19-30; Dawes, Ginny Reddington and Corinne Davidov, "Victorian Jewelry: Unexplored Treasures," (1991): 125-130; Fales, Martha Gandy, "Jewelry in America, 1600-1900," (1995): 125-126, 254-256; Phillips, Clare, "Jewels and Jewelry," (2000): 94-95.