An early 20th century diamond and enamel horse and jockey brooch, circa 1910
The realistically modelled horse in full gallop, pavé set with single-cut diamonds, with a red white and green enamel jockey, width 3.8cm.
This brooch was formally the property of Anne Le Clerc Fowle. She Royal Academician and portrait artist who won a gold medal at the Paris Salon. She was the wife of Brigadier Le Clerc Fowle, Govenor of Jobhhulopore Province in Northern India who was later a Jockey Club Steward upon his return to England.