A woman’s face is surrounded by long flowing hair on this antique sterling silver pendant. Floral and sea shell designs provide further ornamentation. The pendant measures 2 1/4” in height by 1 3/4” in width. Circa: 1910.
Engraved foliate designs decorate the front and back calling card case of this antique sterling silver chatelaine. The top hook is crafted in the shape of a fleur-de-lis. The front of the calling card case is engraved with initials that appear to be “AER”. The case measures 4 1/2" in width, 3 3/4” in height and approximately 1” in depth. With the chain, the piece measures 12” in height. Circa: 1898.
This antique sterling silver art nouveau coiner chatelaine dangles from a belt buckle pin. A lovely repousse design covers both the coiner and the elongated connecting link. The coiner is spring loaded and perfectly fits a dime inside. The entire piece measures 3 1/2" in length while the buckle pin measures 1 1/2" in width and the coiner 1 1/8” in length and 7/8” in width. Circa: 1910.
Exquisite in design, this hand made antique sterling silver chatelaine purse features intricate filigree and unbelievably detailed floral patterning. Small pieces silver dangle from the bottom of the purse adding even more detail to an already spectacular antique piece. A few of the dangling pieces are missing, but it does not detract from the whole. Truly a work of art, this purse measures 3” in width, 2 1/2" in height and approximately 1/2" in depth...
This magnificent antique plique-a-jour and vermeil art nouveau necklace has an understated elegance. Like stained glass, the plique-a-jour shows its lovely colors when lit from behind. The primary color of the five plique-a-jour segments is a brilliant cobalt blue. The necklace measures 15 1/2" in length while the individual segments measure 1 1/2" wide and 1/2" tall. Circa: 1900
This antique art nouveau pendant featuring a segmented leaf pattern was purchased in Paris. The plique-a-jour leaf segments are a pale green while the frame is vermeil. Circa: 1900. It measures 2” tall and 1” wide.
This antique art nouveau chatelaine has lovely matched pieces. An angel crowns the chatelaine along with flowing scrollwork. The powder and scent bottle are crafted out of sterling silver with black emaux peints French enamel. There is a hook for a purse as well. Circa: 1910
This vintage German silver coiner is a finger chatelaine from 1900 and was meant to hold a coin the size of a nickel.