American Arts & Crafts Lapis Brooch by The Oakes Studio
American Arts & Crafts Lapis Brooch by The Oakes Studio
American Arts & Crafts Lapis Brooch by The Oakes Studio

American Arts & Crafts Lapis Brooch by The Oakes Studio

Item No: 102300

American Arts & Crafts Period Brooch attributed to The Oakes Studio. 14kt gold with Lapisin a handcrafted floral motif. The brooch measures 1.125 inches by 0.625 Inches. This brooch is circa early 20th Century.
Not signed.

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