Scottish White Metal, Agate and Smokey Quartz Dirk Brooch, Antique Victorian c. 1860. This Dirk form brooch, in Gallic this would be known as a Sgian-Dubh, is a representation of a small knife worn as part of traditional Scottish Highland Dress. Comprised of an engraved white metal, banded agate with cornelian beads and a briolette cut smokey quartz stone. In good antique condition but with some marks and a minor dent to the white metal and a hole in one of the carnelian beads, see photos.
Height 8.5 cm or 3.35 inches, Width 1.2 cm or 0.47 inches, Depth 1.5 cm or 0.59 inches.
Weight 12.5 grams or 8 dwt
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