Gold, gilt silver and pearls
Diameter: 2.9 cm (1 1/8 in.)
Gift of James J. Rorimer 1961.401
During the fourteenth century, brooches such as this group of five were ordinarily worn at the neck to clasp a lady's cloak or dress. They could also be sewn into a garment or hat as applied ornament.
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