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This is a Butler & Wilson brooch in white metal and white diamante glass stones. Butler & Wilson is a London based costume jewellery company who have been in existence since the 1970s. It is a very long reptile brooch - ?lizard ?salamander. Cannot be sure of the age but the brooch resembles some of those produced in the 1980s. The length - which is about 7 1/2 x 1 1/4 inches - was popular at that time. The B & W mark is on the back of the head - as is the brooch pin. It is articulated and is constructed of seven separate pieces. It moves easily and hangs well. It is in good condition and the diamante glass stones are all present. The eyes are red diamante stones. It has one of the older black boxes - although of course I cannot guarantee that this is the original box. The only minor damage is to the inside of the fuzzy bottom lining of the box. A small hole. Please see all the pictures. Ref: 3313 C19/27

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