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Art Nouveau Brooch with Swans and Diamonds - Bijoux Extraordinaire
Crafted in 14kt gold, this brooch was created by Krementz & Company around 1900. Krementz was one of the premier makers of Art Nouveau jewels in the United States. One of their hallmarks was the use of pastel enamels, like the soft yellows, greens and whites of this brooch.
(#311) Art Nouveau Plique-à-jour enamel and diamond dragonfly brooch, circa 1900
ART NOUVEAU PLIQUE-À-JOUR ENAMEL AND DIAMOND DRAGONFLY BROOCH, CIRCA 1900. Mounted en tremblant, formed of plique-à-jour enamel in pastel shades of blue and green and edged in rose-cut diamonds, the head and body decorated with old-mine diamonds and translucent apple green enamel, mounted in gold,
ART NOUVEAU GOLD, PLIQUE-À-JOUR ENAMEL AND PEARL PENDANT-BROOCH, CIRCA 1900
ART NOUVEAU GOLD, PLIQUE-À-JOUR ENAMEL AND PEARL PENDANT-BROOCH, CIRCA 1900. Designed as a spray of morning glories, the petals accented with rose, white and green plique-à-jour enamel and translucent purple enamel, decorated further with small old-mine and rose-cut diamonds and baroque pearls.
AN ART NOUVEAU DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE AND ENAMEL BROOCH, BY BOUCHERON. Designed as a bumblebee with a rose-cut diamond and fancy-cut sapphire body, an old European and rose-cut diamond head and antennae, and cabochon cat's eye chrysoberyl eyes, extending pale greenish blue and lavender plique-à-jour enamel wings, mounted in 18k yellow and white gold, circa 1895, with French assay marks, in a burgundy leather fitted case. With maker's mark for Boucheron.