Carrick Tara Brooch
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This brooch is inspired by the stunning Tara Brooch. Found in Bettystone, County Meath, Ireland, in 1850, the original silver artefact dates to between 650 and 750 AD. Belonging to a powerful noble, possibly to royalty, it is considered to be the pinnacle of early medieval Irish craftsmanship.
Top quality silver-plated pewter jewelry. Available in highly polished silver or antique silver (matte).
Featuring vibrant imitation gemstone of your choice.
W65.5mm x H44.5mm