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18k terrier brooch by Hammerman brothers,c.1970

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18k terrier brooch by Hammerman brothers,c.1970

Lot 0078 Details

Description
18k terrier brooch by Hammerman brothers, c1970, 15.35 dwts
1.75" long

Davids notes: a nice well made piece by this seldom seen American jeweler, one of the nice aspects of this brooch is that it is so thick and heavy you can stand it up on a counter top, and it will stand like a dog on all legs. Ruby eyes and a sapphire nose.

Hammerman Brothers
Three brothers returned home to the United States after World War II to found what would become one of the nation's finest jewelry manufacturing and design houses. Benjamin, Bernard, and Hyman were descended from an Eastern European craftsman.
Condition
Good condition overall
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18k terrier brooch by Hammerman brothers,c.1970

Estimate $200 - $300
Jul 25
Starting Price $100
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0078: 18k terrier brooch by Hammerman brothers,c.1970

Sold for $1,300
12 Bids
Est. $200 - $300Starting Price $100
July 25th
Sun, Jul 25, 2021 10:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0078 Details

Description
...
18k terrier brooch by Hammerman brothers, c1970, 15.35 dwts
1.75" long

Davids notes: a nice well made piece by this seldom seen American jeweler, one of the nice aspects of this brooch is that it is so thick and heavy you can stand it up on a counter top, and it will stand like a dog on all legs. Ruby eyes and a sapphire nose.

Hammerman Brothers
Three brothers returned home to the United States after World War II to found what would become one of the nation's finest jewelry manufacturing and design houses. Benjamin, Bernard, and Hyman were descended from an Eastern European craftsman.
Condition
...
Good condition overall

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