Ivy French 1900 €1200

Herbarium No. PFA 128.2 Scientific Name HEDERA Common Name Ivy Type Necklace Place Made in France Date Approximately 1890-1900 Marked Tête d’aigle 18 ct gold, Bigornes Material 750/1000 gold 18 ct Size 18 mm – 14,5 mm necklace 42 cm Weight 12,25 grams Condition Good Price 1200 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 symbol of faith and affection since ancient times. Please follow and like us:

Poppy pin €485

Herbarium Nr. 192 Scientific Name PAPAVEROIDEAE Common Name Poppy Type Tiepin Place Made in France Date Art nouveau, 1895-1905 Marked HM flanking a turkey in lozenge, tête d’aigle Material Old single cut diamond, 750/1000 gold 18 k, platinum Size 69 x 14,5 mm Total Weight 4 grams Condition Good Price € 485 The poppy motif was used quite typically during the Art Nouveau period. Since the flower stem bleeds the second you pluck it, a poppy quickly wilt. In the Victorian Language of Flowers, this flower symbolizes extravagance. Poppies are a narcotic. They are used to make morphine and opium,…

Art nouveau lotus €475

Herbarium Nr 152 Scientific Name NELUMBO NUCIFERA Common Name Lotus, Indian lotus, sacred lotus Type Clip Place Made in Belgium Date Approximately 1900 Collected by Unknown Material 750/1000 gold 18ct Size 21 x 16,8 mm Total Weight  2,4 grams Condition Good. Price € 475     The lotus, NELUMBO NUCIFERA, is rooted in the bottom of a lake or river, while the leaves and flower float above the water surface. In ‘the language of flowers’ the lotus means the mind can only freely explore when it has a firm basis. Photo 3: Lotus Waterlily John William Waterhouse’s Hylas and the Nymphs Please…

Bamboo natural pearl €3500

Herbarium No. 092 Scientific Name BAMBUSOIDEAE Common Name Bamboo Type Hatpin Place Probably Belgium Date Art nouveau, around 1900 Collected by Unknown maker Material 750/1000 gold 18 ct, natural pearl, steel Size 31,9 x 15,6 x 170 mm Total Weight 7,78 grams Condition Good. Pearl with certificate Price 3500 EUR   The art nouveau was an international style, often inspired by the curved lines of plants and flowers. The ‘total art style’ embraced a wide range of decorative arts between 1890 and 1910. This art nouveau hatpin is shaped like bamboo leaves in 18 carat gold. The natural pearl comes…

Ginkgo Art nouveau hatpin

Ginkgo art nouveau €1750

Herbarium No. 093 Scientific Name GINKGO BILOBA Common Name Ginkgo leaf Type Hatpin Place Probably Belgium Date Art nouveau, around 1900 Collected by Unknown maker Material 750/1000 gold 18 ct, natural pearls, steel Size 24,5 x 26,2 x 165 mm Total Weight 11,75 grams Condition Good. Price 1750 EUR     The art nouveau was an international style, often inspired by the curved lines of plants and flowers. The ‘total art style’ embraced a wide range of decorative arts between 1890 and 1910. This art nouveau hatpin is decorated with two Ginkgo leaves in 18 karat gold. Not only the unknown…

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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…