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The word Mizpah is on the front of the brooch - not the signature of Mizpah with two hearts and an arrow on the back.
This was the symbol of the Ward Brothers & Quarrier ward of a slightly later date.
Dating and identifying jewellery's guide - Here we have written a short guide for identifying and dating jewellery that was produced from 1700s, Georgian period up to today.
Then a brief look at the last two decades and the twenty first century.
Many different materials were used to make jewellery including human hair, tortoiseshell, agates, glass, horn, bone, ivory, amber, bog oak, coral, Berlin iron and jet Scottish pieces made of silver, granite and agate, became popular because Queen Victoria brought the Balmoral Estate in Scotland.