1919 Antique Sterling Silver & Enamel Brooch House of Clare Maker Arthur Fenwick Birmingham Hallmarks Welsh Latin Mott

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Front of the brooch has the de Clare family shield of red and yellow chevrons surmounted by an angel. Around the edge of the brooch is a Latin and Welsh bi-lingual motto: +JUVAT INTERGROS ACCEDERE FONTES + NERTH GWLAD EI GWYBODAU. This translates as A nation's strength is in its learning.... the motto of the University of South Wales & Monmouthshire, founded in the early 1880s.

Measurements ±: 3.5 cm x 2.3 cm

Condition: Lovely antique condition. Please take a look at the pictures as part of the description.

Country: Great Britain

Hallmarked: English silver hallmarks for Birmingham 1919, (date letter "u")

Maker: Silversmiths initials "AF" Arthur Fenwick

Material: silver (0.925)

Weight ±: 6.62 g.

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