Silver Brooch was found not in Tara but rather close to the seashore at Betty town in 1850. Its provenance was ascribed to Tara by a merchant to build its value. It is made of cast and plated silver and is extravagantly adorned on both faces. The front is ornamented with a progression of incredibly fine gold filigree panels depicting animal and abstract motifs that are separated by studs of glass, enamel and golden. The back is compliment than the front, and the decoration is cast. The themes comprise of parchments and triple spirals and review.
Silver Brooch One thing, on the other hand, that has not changed are certain pieces of jewelry that are timeless, like the silver brooch...Read More