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Victorian Butterfly Cameo Cupid & Psyche Rare Scene High Carat Gold Mount Signed
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Victorian Butterfly Cameo Cupid & Psyche Rare Scene High Carat Gold Mount Signed Victorian Butterfly Cameo Cupid & Psyche Rare Scene High Carat Gold Mount Signed Victorian Butterfly Cameo Cupid & Psyche Rare Scene High Carat Gold Mount Signed Victorian Butterfly Cameo Cupid & Psyche Rare Scene High Carat Gold Mount Signed

Victorian Butterfly Cameo Cupid & Psyche Rare Scene High Carat Gold Mount Signed

Product Code: M949
£570.00
Rare Scene Antique Victorian Butterfly Cameo
Lovely large Cameo with unusual scene of Psyche feeding a butterfly. Good size at just over 2" (5cm) tall by 1 3/4" (4.3cm) wide. Set in a high carat gold frame with twist rope border. Steel pin and c clasp. Signed on the rear (can't make out the signature unfortunately.
Condition: Three stress lines at 11pm on the front. The rear looks cracked but it isn't, it's just a "layering" of the shell formation.
Date: C.1870's

M949
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