Coral cherry €1450

Herbarium No. PF 167 Scientific Name Fruit of a tree of the genus PRUNUS Common Name Cherry, Cherries Type Brooch Place Vienna, Austria Date 1950s Collected by Irmgard Bures Material Coral, nephrite, 585/1000 gold 14 ct Size 55,3 x 54 mm Total Weight 15,2 grams Condition Good Price 1450 EUR A Cherry, mon chéri? Please follow and like us:

Blue Daisy €895

Herbarium No. PF157.4 Scientific Name Felicia amelloides Common Name Blue Daisy, Marguerite Type Brooch Place Made in Vienna, Austria Date 1954-1960 Collected by Alois Jehlicka Material Chalcedony, opal, nephrite 750/1000 gold 18 ct Size 45 x 27 mm Total Weight 8,8 grams Condition Good Price 895 EUR In the 1950s the Viennese goldsmith Alois Jehlicka designed this gold gemset brooch, a lapidary blue daisy with dyed chalcedony and nephrite jade. Daisies symbolize innocence and purity and blue stands traditionally for loyalty. In Norse mythology, the daisy is Freya’s sacred flower. Freya is the goddess of love, beauty, and fertility, and…

Lapidary Rose €995

Herbarium No. PF157.5 Scientific Name Rosa rubiginosa Common Name Rose Type Brooch Place Made in Vienna, Austria Date 1954-1960 Collected by Irmgard Bures Material Rose quartz, nephrite, brilliant cut diamond,  585/1000 gold 14 ct Size 43,6 x 45,3 mm Total Weight 18 grams Condition Good Price 995 EUR This brooch is easily recogniseble as a rose, due to the realistic carved lapidary workmanship in an unusual lavender rose quartz variety and nephrite jade. Roses are probably the most popular flowers, and they are often depicted in jewellery. A bouquet of roses symbolises gratitude. A light or pale pink rose conveys…

Rowan coral berry €920

Herbarium No. 171 Scientific Name ROSACEAE Sorbus Aucuparia Common Name Rowan Tree Type Brooch Place Made in Vienna, Austria Date 1950s Collected by Made by Irmgard Bures Material Precious coral, nephrite, 585/1000 gold 14ct Size 52 x 34 mm Total Weight 11,5 grams Condition Good Price 920 EUR     This brooch is to recognise as a branch of a rowan, a common tree in Austria. In the 1950s, when Irmgard Bures designed this rowan brooch, coral was very fashionable and matched the exact colours of the orange-red berry. Nowadays the use of this organic material is restricted to protect the wildlife.  ROSACEAE Sorbus…

Blackberry €1700

Herbarium No. 193 Scientific Name RUBUS FRUTICOSUS Common Name Blackberry, bramble Type Brooch Place Made in Vienna, Austria Date 1950s Collected by Comes with a Carrington box Material Black and pink tourmaline, nephrite, 585/1000 gold 14 ct Size 43,6 x 45,3 mm Total Weight 18 grams Condition Good Price 1700 EUR This brooch is to recognise as a branch of a Bramble, or blackberry, due to the realistic carved lapidary workmanship in black and pink tourmaline. Please follow and like us:

Cherry

Cherry 1950s-’60s €1250

Herbarium No. 063 Scientific Name Fruit of a tree of the genus PRUNUS Common Name Cherry, Cherries Type Brooch Place Germany Date 1950s – 60s Collected by Hallmark AMU Material Cornelian, nephrite, 585/1000 gold 14 ct Size 61,5 x 40,4 mm Total Weight 17,5 grams Condition Good Price 1250 EUR     A Cherry, mon chéri? Please follow and like us:

Violet

Violet posy €875

Herbarium No. 028 Scientific Name VIOLA Common Name Violet Type Brooch Place Germany Date 1950s-60s Collected by Unknown. The flowershaped mark Gesetzlich Geschutzt is the German equivalent of a patent. Material Amethyst, nephrite, diamond, 585/1000 gold 14 ct Size 59,3 x 34 mm Total Weight 11,73 grams Condition Good Price 875 EUR     All information, or at least a lot, about violets can be found on the website of the American Violet Society Please follow and like us: