-Edwardian 1900 Art Nouveau Enameled Flower Pendant Brooch In 14Kt Yellow Gold
-Edwardian 1900 Art Nouveau Enameled Flower Pendant Brooch In 14Kt Yellow Gold
-Edwardian 1900 Art Nouveau Enameled Flower Pendant Brooch In 14Kt Yellow Gold
-Edwardian 1900 Art Nouveau Enameled Flower Pendant Brooch In 14Kt Yellow Gold
-Edwardian 1900 Art Nouveau Enameled Flower Pendant Brooch In 14Kt Yellow Gold
-Edwardian 1900 Art Nouveau Enameled Flower Pendant Brooch In 14Kt Yellow Gold
-Edwardian 1900 Art Nouveau Enameled Flower Pendant Brooch In 14Kt Yellow Gold
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-Edwardian 1900 Art Nouveau Enameled Flower Pendant Brooch In 14Kt Yellow Gold

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Edwardian enameled convertible flower brooch.

Beautiful three-dimensional five-petals flower, created in America during the Edwardian and the Art Nouveau periods, back between the 1900-1910. This large convertible pendant-brooch has been carefully crafted in solid yellow gold of 14 karats with high polished finish. The flower petals are embellished with applications of non glossy powder enamel with a color gradations of purple-pink to white-yellow.

The enamel work is exceptional and meticulous, far exceeding the details of the fibers and veins of the leaves. It is an amazing jewel with exquisite and exceptional details. Pansies and flowers symbolize a hope that love should not be forgotten. Fitted at the reverse with a horizontal hinged pin bar and a mechanical hook to wear as a brooch and a retractable round loop to wear in a chain as a pendant.

Diamond: Mount in the center in a six-prongs setting, with 1 old European round cut diamond of 0.25 carats, F/G color, VS/SI clarity.

Weight: 15.65 Grams (10.04 Dwt).

Measurements: 42 mm by 37 mm by 8 mm (1.65 x 1.46 x 0.32 Inches).

Hallmarks: Stamped with the maker's mark, the mark for the assay of the gold and signed "14KT".

Edwardian Jewelry

The Edwardian Jewelry Period was during the King Edward VII, after whom this period of jewelry history is named, reigned over England for only nine years, yet the style of jewelry known as “Edwardian” was created roughly between 1890 and 1920. Edwardian-era rings tend to be larger, opulent pieces, and stacked ring designs were popular. The metal surfaces of the rings were often diamond-encrusted for additional shimmer. Each of these rings is a work of art, showcasing a bygone era of grace, elegance and the royalty the Edwardian era is named for.

Collateral: This piece is accompanied by a presentation jewelry box.

Condition: The overall condition of this brooch is impeccable. Beside the little normal wear, there is no damage to the gold. The diamond is secured in the setting and the enamel is perfect. This piece has been carefully inspected to guarantee the condition and authenticity.

INVENTORY REF: P011724MEEA/.2936


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