To view separate lists, please visit our store and search for "pearl" or "new" under our articles. Description of the ad by: cameron j. Markings: unidentified manufacturer punch "g&bh" on the back of the pin, tested and guaranteed. Main stone: pearl of akoya. Measurements/color of the main stone.
Stone treatment: the stone or stones seem not to have been treated, but we are not certified gemologists. The stones were tested and guaranteed using a professional refraction, heat and hardness tester presidium duo. Stone sizes: round polished pearl.
Handmade at the time of art nouveau. Composed of 14 carat yellow gold filled on a base metal. Has a round-shaped brooch with a floral motif in the centre.Only one akoya bead rests in the centre of the pin. The pin is chiseled with geometric motifs and the top of the pin has a lily flower pattern. Complete with a pin rod and an open "c" clasp for a safe port. Damage: wear adapted to age. There is wear when filling gold and the base metal is visible in some areas.
The back of the pin is slightly bumped because it is hollow. This does not affect wear and tear. The price was reduced to reflect this.
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It was very true because of the beautiful designs that came out of this period. This time was centered on women and the beauty of nature and the pieces were often large.The enamel was a material commonly used in art nouveau jewellery, as the period was more focused on the importance of design than on the materials used to create it. The art nouveau period took place before the beginning of the First World War, when mass manufacturing took over the production of many products, including some jewellery. Akoya saltwater beads are grown from akoya oyster and are mainly in Japan and China. They are known for their beautiful round shape and exquisite brilliance that distinguish them from many other types of pearls. They are usually white or creamy, but can have pink or silvery shades. At the time art deco, akoya pearls were rare, expensive to possess and reserved for the richest of the rich. Fleur de lis is the French for "flower of lilies" and was born in France hundreds of years ago as a motif associated with royalty and nobility; used in royal emblems, crests and heraldic coat of arms. The stylized lys has three petals attached together and is a popular design motif in art, culture, religion, architecture and jewelry from around the world.
Hunting is a metalworking technique that uses a nail-like tool and a hammer to burn patterns on a metal surface by hand. This process creates a pattern that is pushed into the front of the surface by means of indentations, grooves and channels.
Hunting is thousands of years old and was a very difficult and long technique that is still used by blacksmiths today. National United States: All items are shipped within one business day of receipt of payment. We do not underestimate packages for customs, please do not ask us to do so. What you pay is what we will ask on your customs form.Please take this into account before placing your bid. If you need more time to pay, please contact us before you bid. Akoya saltwater pearls are grown from the akoya oyster and are a prin. This item is in the category "Bijoux, watches\joaillerie\broches, pin's\others". The seller is "abeautifultimeco" and is located in this country: us. This item can be shipped to the following country: whole world.