ANTIQUE VINTAGE GOLD Irish IRELAND Celtic HERITAGE TARA Brooch with Colourful RHINESTONES | British & Far East Traders Lifestyle & Shopping Blog
Spread the LOVE with BRITISH & FAR EAST TRADERS and PARTNERS
  •  
  • 23
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
    23
    Shares

 

    

ANTIQUE VINTAGE

GOLD

Irish IRELAND

Celtic HERITAGE

TARA Brooch

with Colourful RHINESTONES

 
DETAILS:
 
12K on ACID TEST
but could most likely
GOLD LEAF / GOLD PLATED / GOLD FILLED
 
No Further Test conducted. 
 
EMBELLISHED with
BLUE and RED RHINESTONES
and SEED Pearl.
 
MEASUREMENTS:
 
WEIGHT: 12 g
 
HEIGHT: 4.8 cm
DIAMETER: 3.6 cm
 
CLOSURE: Pin with a SAFETY SWIVEL CLASP. 
 
This Brooch is of CELTIC REVIVAL.
CELTIC REVIVAL was fuelled in the mid-19th Century
This Brooch celebrates the CELTIC, ROYAL, and WARRIOR Heritage 
of the IRISH People
 
This is an EXTREMELY COLLECTABLE 
COSTUME JEWELLERY
 
CONDITION:
 
The Brooch has notable wear along the edges. 
 
3 STONES are missing
and there are traces that the stones have been 
put back rather non-professionally
as traces of glue can be seen under 
60x magnifying loupe. 
 
The STONES can be professionally replaced 
by your local jeweller
or if you are a DIY ENTHUSIAST
you could do your own restoration. 
 
 

Available at:

BRITISH & FAR EAST TRADERS

 
 
 

SUPPLEMENTAL READING:

 

The Tara Brooch is a Celtic brooch of the pseudo-penannular type, 

made in 650 to 750 AD. 

It was found in Ireland in 1850,

but, despite its name, not at Tara

but likely near Bettystown on the coast of County Meath.

The name by which the brooch became known

was attached to it by the jeweller who purchased it,

as a marketing ploy for the copies they made.

The brooch was exhibited internationally

and was one of the artifacts that fuelled the

Celtic Revival in the mid-19th century.

It is now on display in the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin.

The National Museum of Ireland describes it as follows:

“…[T]he Tara Brooch can be considered to represent

the pinnacle of early medieval Irish metalworkers’ achievement.

Each individual element of decoration is executed perfectly

and the range of technique represented on such a small object is astounding.”[1]

    

Source:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tara_Brooch

Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License;

additional terms may apply. 

 

 

Follow BRITISH and FAR EAST TRADERS on SOCIAL:

Spread the LOVE with BRITISH & FAR EAST TRADERS and PARTNERS
  •  
  • 23
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
    23
    Shares
  •  
    23
    Shares
  •  
  • 23
  •  
  •  
  •  
×





error: Alert: BRITISH & FAR EAST TRADERS & PARTNERS HAVE PROTECTED THE CONTENTS OF THIS PAGE!