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Art Nouveau Brass & Enamel Butterfly Brooch

Art Nouveau Brass & Enamel Butterfly Brooch

A silver and enamelled brooch by James Fenton, Birmingham 1909, of typical Art Nouveau, stylised floral design and enamelled in tones of lavender and blue.

A silver and enamelled brooch by James Fenton, Birmingham 1909, of typical Art Nouveau, stylised floral design and enamelled in tones of lavender and blue.

18 Karat Gold and Opal Necklace. Decorated at the front with three swirled plaques suspending fringes, set with 66 cabochon opals and three opal tablets, length 17 inches, numbered; circa 1904. With box signed Tiffany & Co. #Tiffany #ArtsCrafts #necklace

18 Karat Gold and Opal Necklace. Decorated at the front with three swirled plaques suspending fringes, set with 66 cabochon opals and three opal tablets, length 17 inches, numbered; circa 1904. With box signed Tiffany & Co. #Tiffany #ArtsCrafts #necklace

TIFFANY & CO Celtic Style Ring  Gold with Opal. American, ca. 1910. A rare example by Tiffany & Co of a Celtic-style wrought gold ring. The handling of the design shows a wonderful understanding of early gold working & great virtuosity in the throwaway detailing which can only be seen inside the ring. Sold by Tadema Gallery.

TIFFANY & CO Celtic Style Ring Gold with Opal. American, ca. 1910. A rare example by Tiffany & Co of a Celtic-style wrought gold ring. The handling of the design shows a wonderful understanding of early gold working & great virtuosity in the throwaway detailing which can only be seen inside the ring. Sold by Tadema Gallery.

TIFFANY & CO Celtic Style Ring  Gold Opal H: 1 cm (0.39 in)  W: 2 cm (0.79 in)  Marks: Tiffany & Co American, c.1910 Ring Case A rare example by Tiffany & Co of a Celtic style wrought gold ring. The handling of the design shows a wonderful understanding of early gold working & great virtuosity in the throwaway detailing which can only be seen inside the ring. Sold by Tadema Gallery. View 4.

TIFFANY & CO Celtic Style Ring Gold Opal H: 1 cm (0.39 in) W: 2 cm (0.79 in) Marks: Tiffany & Co American, c.1910 Ring Case A rare example by Tiffany & Co of a Celtic style wrought gold ring. The handling of the design shows a wonderful understanding of early gold working & great virtuosity in the throwaway detailing which can only be seen inside the ring. Sold by Tadema Gallery. View 4.

Jugendstil c.1900 Archive  - Tadema Gallery

Jugendstil c.1900 Archive - Tadema Gallery

Roman Brooch   -   Fibula / Snail    -     Imperial period /  2nd century A.D.    -    Museum of Fine Arts -  Boston

Roman Brooch - Fibula / Snail - Imperial period / 2nd century A.D. - Museum of Fine Arts - Boston

Two bracelets of Queen Hetep-heres I | Fourth Dynasty | Silver, turquoise, lapis lazuli, and carnelian || Egyptian Museum, Cairo

Two bracelets of Queen Hetep-heres I | Fourth Dynasty | Silver, turquoise, lapis lazuli, and carnelian || Egyptian Museum, Cairo

Mesopotamian carnelian, lapis lazuli, and gold beads, restored as a necklace, mid third millennium BC from Irak, Kish. Chicago, The Field Museum of Natural History.

Mesopotamian carnelian, lapis lazuli, and gold beads, restored as a necklace, mid third millennium BC from Irak, Kish. Chicago, The Field Museum of Natural History.

Ferdinand Hauser brooch ca. 1912-1913 via Tadema Gallery  moonstones...

Ferdinand Hauser brooch ca. 1912-1913 via Tadema Gallery moonstones...