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  • Jewellery. An Art Nouveau Yellow Gold Brooch, c.1910
  • Jewellery. An Art Nouveau Yellow Gold Brooch, c.1910
  • Jewellery. An Art Nouveau Yellow Gold Brooch, c.1910

Item: J0075

Jewellery. An Art Nouveau Yellow Gold Brooch, c.1910

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Jewellery. An Art Nouveau Yellow Gold Brooch, c.1910

(Jewellery, Brooches). Art Nouveau. Ladies. Finely crafted in 14kt yellow gold, the brooch features three flowers and leaves with winding line detailing. The center flower is the largest and bears an ovular cabochon cut sapphire. The reverse bears a horizontal pin and a flat wire catch with a safety clasp. The reverse is marked with “En”, “14K” and “585”. It is engraved “For my Mom July 1919”. Measuring 33.40 mm (w) x 23.72 mm (h) and weighing 6.4 grams. In extremely fine condition.
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