Köchert antique enameled rose

A white rose by Köchert

Herbarium Nr 119 Scientific Name ROSA Common Name Rose Type Brooch Place Vienna Date Approximately 1880 Collected by A.E. Köchert Material 750/1000 gold 18 k, translucent enamel, rose-cut diamonds, a natural pearl Size 36,7 x 25,4 mm Total Weight 8,56 grams Condition Good. Enamel excellent. Boxed Price 3950 EUR     An antique enamel, natural pearl & diamond flower brooch by Köchert, ca. 1880. The very naturalistic rosebud comes with the original box.A. E. Köchert is one of the oldest jewellers in Austria, founded by Jakob Heinrich Köchert, Vienna, in 1814. The Austrian Empress Elisabeth, Sissi, adorned her hair with diamond stars made…

ring with roses

Ring with roses

Herbarium Nr 036 Scientific Name ROSA Common Name Rose Type Ring Place England Date Approximately 1880 Collected by Unknown Material 625/1000 gold 15 k, garnet Size 19,7 x 6,8 mm. Ringsize L Total Weight 2,07 grams Condition Good Price  245 Euro     The rose is probably the most popular and prominent flower in Western cultures.   Please follow and like us:

Early rose earrings

Early rose earrings

Herbarium Nr 037 Scientific Name ROSA Common Name Rose Type Earrings Place Belgium Date Ca. 1830 Collected by J (umbrella) V in lozenge shaped hallmark Material Enamel, 750/1000 gold 18 k Size 27,6 x 6,2 mm Total Weight 1,94 grams Condition Good Price  875 Euro     The rose is probably the most popular and prominent flower in Western cultures.   Please follow and like us:

1960's · Chaumet · France · Paris · Pink gold · Red gold · Rose · Rose bud · Signed

Rose by Chaumet

Herbarium Nr 021 Scientific Name ROSA Common Name Rose Type Brooch Place Paris, France Date 1960’s Collected by Chaumet Material 750/1000 pinkish gold Size 48,4 x  25 mm Total Weight 8,9 grams Condition Good Price 1750 EUR     A pinkish gold flower brooch in the shape of a stylized rose with open work petals and leaves from the 1960’s. A very wearable, charming vintage piece of jewellery by Chaumet. Signed ‘Chaumet Paris’, with the French hallmark for 750/1000 gold and the lozenge shaped mark JC. The House of Chaumet, founded in 1780 but still very much in touch with Parisian Fashion,…