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Ballerina Brooch

Adoption Number: 1982M283

Frederick Massingham, 1948 - 1949.

One of a series of eye-catching silver ballerina brooches made by Frederick Massingham at his premises in Northampton Street in Birmingham. The firm D H Phillips of London registered these ballerina designs and Frederick Massingham was the only silversmith to make them up into jewellery.


Suggested donation: £250.00

Ballerina Brooch

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