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A European Egyptian - Revival Art Deco hardstone and tri-coloured gold beetle brooch, the brooch in the form of a winged scarab beetle. "As an ancient Egyptian symbol for resurrection, the scarab beetle has always been associated with the generative forces of the rising sun, portrayed beautifully in this brooch by the development of the small circular motif at the base to a larger one to the centre of a pair of wings representing the sun’s powerful out-stretched rays."

A European Egyptian - Revival Art Deco hardstone and tri-coloured gold beetle brooch, the brooch in the form of a winged scarab beetle. "As an ancient Egyptian symbol for resurrection, the scarab beetle has always been associated with the generative forces of the rising sun, portrayed beautifully in this brooch by the development of the small circular motif at the base to a larger one to the centre of a pair of wings representing the sun’s powerful out-stretched rays."

Selfridge 1920s-30s. Small goldtone pressed powder compact made for Selfridge’s range of face powder. These slightly stylised flowers fit in with the Art Deco imagery prevalent at the time.

Selfridge 1920s-30s. Small goldtone pressed powder compact made for Selfridge’s range of face powder. These slightly stylised flowers fit in with the Art Deco imagery prevalent at the time.

Egyptian Revival 14kt Gold, Opal, and Enamel Brooch, Marcus & Co., the large opal measuring approx. 43.00 x 33.00 mm, framed by ancient Egyptian motifs with enamel accents, lg. 2 3/4 in., signed.

Egyptian Revival 14kt Gold, Opal, and Enamel Brooch, Marcus & Co., the large opal measuring approx. 43.00 x 33.00 mm, framed by ancient Egyptian motifs with enamel accents, lg. 2 3/4 in., signed.

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