Poppy ring €1200

Herbarium No. 126.1 Scientific Name PAPAVEROIDEAE Common Name Poppy Type Ring Place USA Date 1946 Marked Inscription FJC to ARW 4.12.46 Material Single cut diamonds, 585/1000 rose gold 14 ct Size 7,85 mm ringsize 48 – 8 – 15.3 – 4 Total Weight 7,6 grams Condition Good Price 1200 I don’t know about you, but I love poppy flowers, and I can’t get enough of them. Since the flower stem bleeds the second you pluck it, a real poppy quickly wilts, what might be an extra reason to admire them in jewellery. The inscription in this bold, but intricate gold…

Poppy pin €495

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 € 495 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,…