Shoe buckle Anonymous
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This shoe buckle is said to have belonged to Lord Brouncker (1620-1684), first President of the Royal Society. It is set with paste jewels imitating diamonds. Many of the early Fellows, including Brouncker, moved in fashionable court circles where they had access to the king and nobility.
- Image reference: RS-8495
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