TERRIFIC HEINTZ ART METAL SHOP PIN with a strong geometric sterling silver overlay design. Unmarked as most Heintz jewelry was sold attached to a paper label card. Original bronze patina still intact along with the original c-style pin catch.
This outstanding example of Skonvirke jewelry features 4 green agate stones, one cabochon in the center of the main brooch and one teardrop shape within each of the 3 drops. Skonvirke is the Danish equivalent of English Arts & Crafts and the German Jugendstil, translates as "beautiful work" or "aesthetic activities." Skonvirke work was done by some of the great Scandinavian jewelry makers including Evald Nielsen, Georg Jensen, and Mogens Ballin. ...click for details
Most unusual figural HEINTZ ART METAL SHOP pin with a sterling silver eagle over layed on bronze. Unmarked as most Heintz jewelry was sold attached to a paper label card. Still has the original c-style catch.
The work of Evald Nielsen (1879-1958) is as well known in Denmark as Georg Jensen. This magnificent brooch is by Nielsen, a prominent Danish silversmith whose work rivals Georg Jensen in beauty and craftsmanship. He is admired as one of the best Skonvirke designers and opened his own shop in 1907.
This Arts & Crafts (Skonvirke) pin has 3 beautiful moonstones. The moonstones that appear to be bursting forth from the flower buds are characteristic of Nielsen's style. The pin, including ...click for details