Cactus bracelet Jensen

Cactus bracelet Jensen

Herbarium No. 182 Scientific Name CACTACEAE Common Name Cactus Type Bracelet Place Denmark Date Import marks for London 1952 Collected by Gundolph Albertus, for Georg Jensen Material Sterling silver Size Length: 17,5 cm  Width: 12 mm Total Weight 36,9 grams Condition Good Price Sold     Created by long-time Jensen Silver designer Gunorph Albertus and introduced in 1930, the Georg Jensen Cactus pattern features a typical Art Deco design. Albertus joined the company in 1911 and was the assistant director from 1926 to 1958. He married the sister of Georg Jensen’s wife. His most famous design was this ‘Cactus’. The…

Krementz antique bracelet Acanthus

Acanthus bracelet Krementz

Herbarium No. 134 Scientific Name ACANTHUS Common Name Acanthus leaf Type Bracelet Place Newark, New Jersey, USA Date Just after Sept 6th 1887 Collected by Krementz Material 585/1000 gold 14 k Size Length: 18,3 cm  Width: 7 mm Total Weight 11,1 grams Condition Good Price Sold     Nowadays we like products that are either new, free, or durable. At the end of the 19th century, a ‘patented product’ had the same magical kind of ring to it. In that period, Newark, New Jersey, was considered to be the USA capitol of jewellery. Here cousins George and Thomas Krementz started…

flowering bamboo

Bamboo bracelet €950

Herbarium No. 027 Scientific Name BAMBUSOIDEAE Common Name Bamboo Type Bracelet Place Unknown, Dutch hallmark Date Approximately 1900 Collected by Unknown Material 750/1000 Rose gold 18 ct, seedpearls Size 64 x 59 mm Total Weight 13,06 grams Condition Good Price 950 EUR     The bracelet depicts the rare phenomenon of a flowering bamboo. Please follow and like us:

1900 · 19th century · Blue flower · Blue-eyed Grass · Bracelet · Enamel · Forget-me-not · Krementz · Newark NJ USA · Patent · Victorian

Blue-eyed Grass bracelet

Herbarium Nr. 066 Scientific Name SISYRINCHIUM Common Name Blue-eyed Grass Type Bracelet Place Newark, New Jersey, USA Date Just after Sept 6th 1887 Collected by Krementz Material Enamel, 585/1000 gold Size Length: 18,3 cm  Width: 7 mm Total Weight 12,17 grams Condition Good Price Sold     Nowadays we like products that are either new, free, or durable. At the end of the 19th century, a ‘patented product’ had the same magical kind of ring to it. In that period of time, Newark, New Jersey, was considered to be the USA capitol of jewellery. Here cousins George and Thomas Krementz…

1900 · 19th century · Bracelet · French · Garland · Ivy · Language of Flowers · Necklace · Victorian

Ivy French 1900 €1650

Herbarium No. 010 Scientific Name HEDERA Common Name Ivy Type Necklace/Bracelet Place Made in France Date Approximately 1890-1900 Collected by Hallmarks: maker PF, Nr 21496, Tête d’aigle 18 ct gold, Bigornes Material 750/1000 gold, natural pearls Size Bracelet 7.7 x 186 mm. Worn as a necklace the lenght is 396 Total Weight Bracelet 14,4 grams. Extra necklace links and clasp 3,6  grams Condition Good Price 1650 EUR     Ivy is a climbing and creeping plant that covers and binds trees, buildings, actually everything within its reach. Because of this binding aspect of the plant, it has been a perfect…

19th century · Bracelet · Enamel · Forget-me-not · Hearts · Language of Flowers · Love · Victorian

Forget-me-nots and hearts

Herbarium Nr. 018 Scientific Name MYOSOTIS Common Name Forget-me-not Type Bracelet Place Unknown Date Around 1880-1900. Collected by Unknown, marked OS 750 Material Enamel, Ruby, 750/1000 gold Size Lenght bracelet 17,5 cm. Width 7,9 mm Total Weight 3,65 grams Condition Good Price Sold     Please follow and like us: