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Antique Lapis Lazuli Brooch

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Destination: Krakow, Poland

This filigreed and braided lapis lazuli brooch was bought in an antique store in the heart of Kazimierz, Krakow’s Old Jewish Quarter. First discovered in 7 BC in the mines of Afghanistan, lapis lazuli made its way across the world in the trunks of traders and merchants. Tutankhamun’s funeral mask features some striking lapis eyebrows and the finest blue pigment of Vermeer and Titian’s Renaissance masterpieces came from the stone’s powder.


Thought to be the oldest form of jewelry, brooches have been around since the introduction of modesty-covering loincloths. From their humble, utilitarian roots they grew to become male status symbols and, later, an el... Read More

Details and Dimensions

2" Height x 1.5" Width.
Slight blue marking on the front of the brooch.

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