MEASUREMENTS: TOTAL WEIGHT including stones: 43.4 grams - LENGTH: 6.5" (note small size) - WIDTH: 1" - SAFETY CHAIN: 3" - EACH CAB: 22mm x 18mm x 7mm
This must be a souvenir of the Grand Tour. The design is Art Nouveau - 1890 - WWI - with lovely swirling wire shapes and the grape cluster design.
Clearly marked as "sterling" - not 925, which also helps date the bracelet.
There was a reappearance of the scarab design bracelet, brooch, watch band, necklace in the late 1940's - 1950's...
Punched out silver mercury dime pin, dated 1916, with fine details. Considering its age, this coin is in excellent vintage condition. Pin measures 1 1/4" W x 3/4" H. Pin intact, slightly loose at C clasp, but on fabric with tension would be fine. Diminutive in size but filled with rich detail. A lovely example of early coin jewelry and perfect for any collector!
Recycling isn't a new idea! This charming pin was made with an Art Nouveau era button. The detail of the lady, the flowers, and the bow is wonderful. The pin is 1" X 1/2"; the button is 1/2" in diameter. Circa 1900.
Here is a pair of lovely Art Nouveau ladies. The pins are sterling front repousse work and each shows a lady surrounded by flowers and flowing hair. Each pin is 7/8 X 1". Circa 1890.
Stunning large sterling silver buckle made by Unger Bros in the early 20th century. Classic swirling design ornaments this two-pronged buckle. It would be gorgeous on a black velvet sash!
Outstanding Art Nouveau Sterling Silver and Gold Bracelet Panels 132 grams
Beautiful bracelet made in Catalonia in Mercadé style.
Measures: 180 mm long and 38 mm wide
Total weight: 132 grams
A fun vintage Art Nouveau style large cuff bracelet with afigure of a mermaid with poppy flowers. There are no markings, but it tests silver. Very difficult to date it, but it probably is from the 1940s or 50s. Condition is excellent. Bracelet Width: 2", Length: 6 3/4"
Mermaid Length: 2 3/4", Width 2", Opening: 1 1/4", Weight: 97.4 grams.
Weight: 97.5 grams
A Beautiful Pair of Vintage Art Nouveau Enamel Earrings Floral Gold Gilt Silver in Orchid Motif. This gorgeous pair of estate earrings is composed of polychrome enamel done on gold gilt silver. Both earrings have minor nicks to the enamel seen on the center purple petal and are priced accordingly. Otherwise in very nice condition. Each earring measures about 7/8 inch by 7/8 inch.
These beautiful sterling silver cufflinks are marked for Unger Bros and sterling. The flower-patterned ovals are linked by chain and are the epitome of Art Nouveau. One oval, darn it, is a plain replacement. Each oval is 7/8" x 3/4". Circa 1910.
Here is a sweet and colorful butterfly realized in plique a jour enamel, silver, and paste stones. Measuring 1-5/8” x 7/8”, and weighing in at 5.6 g, it is just lovely! The butterfly wings are in hues of blue, green, and pink, and it has 2 red stones for eyes. It is set with 20 colorless paste stones, 19 of which have darkened over time. The central stone is much brighter, so it may be a replacement. There are some hairline cracks in the plique enamel, as is typical, also some black spots...
Beautiful English sterling silver 925 necklace piece in the shape of a bow. It has a hanger pendant for easy slipping on a silver necklace. It is marked 925. It measures 2.5" wide and about 2" long. This would make an elegant gift.
An extremely fine & rare sterling silver and enamel brooch by Charles Horner. Gorgeous enamel in storm cloud blues and greens with a touch of purple. The brooch measures 1 1/8" across x 1" long. It is marked on the back with the full assay office marks for Chester with the date letter J for 1909 and CH for Charles Horner. Excellent condition with no damage to the enamel.
This lovely turn-of-the-century pendant is signed with the dragonfly mark for Mayle & Meyer, a firm about which little is known. They probably were located in Pforzheim and made beautiful Art Nouveau, Jugenstil, and Art Deco jewelry. This wonderful example is made of 935 silver [higher silver content than sterling], enamel, citrine, and marcasite. The pendant is centered with a 12 x 30 mm oval citrine surrounded by marcasites, with enameled bows on the sides and enameled ribbons top and bottom...
Gorgeous Silver French Art Nouveau Bangle with sinuous floral and leaf design Gold overlays signed A Savard for Auguste Savard, who took over from his father Francois at Maison Savard, Paris in 1893. They exhibited at the Paris Exhibition in 1900. He registered the trade mark FIX for his superior quality laminated gold filled jewellery. They engaged top rate art nouveau designers such as Emile Dropsy, Tairac and Becker. Inner measurements 65mm x 50mm. With safety chain. Excellent condition...
Here is a ring made from an Unger cuff link, with a clear maker’s mark. The decoration is a flower, possibly a poppy, and vine tendrils curling down the sides – really pretty. The cuff link portion is 13/16ths” x ½”, and the band ¼” wide. It is a size 6-1/2. In excellent antique condition with an age-appropriate patina. Note that there are camera reflections and other streaky reflections in some of the photos...