Art Nouveau brooches

At the beginning of the 20th century brooches are very fashionable, the Art Nouveau brooches are often decorated with flowers, female profiles and composed of enamel, pearls, fine stones. The great masters of Art Nouveau play with shapes, materials and create extremely delicate jewelry.


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  • Antique spring brooch for the four seasonsArt Nouveau spring brooch

    French Art Nouveau Spring brooch in 18 karat (750) gold. Antique circular brooch featuring a woman in profile, wearing a bun and surrounded by flowers. The brooch is inscribed “Printemps”. This brooch represents an allegory of the Spring season. It was made by Fonsèque et Olive. Antique brooch, circa 1890, France.

    Eagle head hallmark (French state hallmark for 18-karat gold), bears the monogram of the medal maker ED, master hallmark illegible.

    Diameter: 2.6 cm

    Condition: light scratches from use

    Weight : 4.95 gr

  • broche flèche ancienne perle et diamantsDiamond and pearl arrow brooch

    Edwardian diamond pearl arrow brooch in 18 karats rose gold and silver. Brooch featuring an arrow with 22 diamonds on the tip and tail, and a fine pearl on the shaft (diameter approx. 4.9 mm). Antique brooch, late 19th – early 20th century.

    Partially inscribed owl hallmark (French State hallmark for 18 karat gold).

    Dimensions: 10 x 52 mm
    Estimated total diamond weight: 0.11 carat

    Condition: light scratches and oxidation

    Weight : 3.75 gr

  • antique gold broochantique fleur de lis brooch in gold

    Fleur-de-lis gold brooch in 18k (750) hollow gold. Brooch in the shape of a fleur-de-lis, adorned with three fine pearls in a cartouche.

    France, antique brooch circa 1900.

    Eagle head hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Dimensions: 35 x 28 mm

    Condition: signs of use

    Weight: 4.29 gr

    Symbolism: The lily has been a symbol of royalty for centuries. The fleur-de-lis is believed to have appeared for the first time on the scepter of Charles the Bald (823-877), the grandson of Charlemagne. The French royalty, therefore, chose this emblem just as other reigning European families chose the eagle, lion, or leopard. For centuries, until the revolution, the fleur-de-lis became a heraldic symbol on monuments, currency, clothing and tapestries, sculptures, statues, art objects, paintings… To express their opposition to monarchy and Catholicism, the revolutionaries destroyed numerous sites and artworks marked by this symbol.

  • gold art nouveau broochbroche femme art nouveau en or

    Art Nouveau brooch Vernier in 18-karat yellow and rose gold (750 thousandths). This brooch features a gold medal depicting a profile of a woman wearing a crown of flowers, signed VE for Vernier. It is centered on a brooch, surrounded by two three-leaf clovers made of rose gold. This Art Nouveau brooch was crafted by Emile Vernier (1852-1927) around 1900 in France.

    Hallmarks: Eagle’s head (French hallmarks for 18-karat gold) and the maker’s mark GE.

    Dimensions: 17 mm x 32 mm.
    Medal Diameter: 17 mm.

    Condition: Scratches from wear.

    Weight: 3.38 gr

  • art nouveau brooch in goldbroche ancienne art nouveau diamants

    Brooch Art Nouveau woman in pink gold 18 karats. Oval brooch worked in openwork, with decoration of woman in profile surrounded by irises flowers. The elegant lady is adorned with a necklace of five rose-cut diamonds and an earring with a similarly cut diamond. The woman is treated to a gentle movement effect and lets the irises slip through her fingers. Art Nouveau brooch, circa 1910.

    Eagle head hallmark and illegible goldsmith’s hallmark.

    Dimensions: 26 x 36 mm

    Note: the attachment system works. There is a fastener on the reverse side, probably to hold a last element, now missing.
    Condition: oxidation, scratches from use

    Weight : 7.25 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • plique a jour enamel brooch in goldbroche art nouveau émail plique a jour

    Art Nouveau enamel brooch in yellow gold 18 karats. Brooch of triangular form with lines in “whiplash”, decorated with flowers of iris in the center. The work on the gold is particularly strong and delicate. In the openwork parts, the goldsmith has applied an enamel called “plique à jour” of a mauve color. The enamel is unevenly deposited and slightly milky. On the reverse side, the brooch is chiseled with a floral motif that also gives it movement. In the lower part, a hoop was added afterwards, which allows the brooch to be worn as a pendant. Brooch – pendant in plique enamel of the Art Nouveau period, circa 1910.

    Owl hallmark

    Dimensions: 29 mm x 25 mm

    Note: the closing system works, with a security system.

    Weight : 12,47 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*


  • broche art nouveau émail jaune en orbroche art nouveau émail jaune en or

    Art Nouveau ivy brooch in yellow gold 14 karats. A charming circular brooch entirely decorated with ivy leaves alternated with six natural white pearls. The ivy leaves are enamelled in yellow colour. Antique Art Nouveau brooch, circa 1900.

    Marked 14k, an other hallmark partially erased.

    Diameter: 19 mm

    Note: lacks of enamel the locking system works

    Weight : 1.85 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • signed brooch in enameled silverbroche art nouveau allemande en argent émaillé

    Jugendstil enamelled brooch in silver (800). Antique triangular brooch forming a stylised butterfly. The jewel is centered of a faceted purple glass imitating the amethyst. The brooch is also enamelled, taking the colors of a gradient going from the light pink to the purple. The three enameled bands frame the central stone. The brooch has the lines of the German Art Nouveau period, the Jugendstil. On the reverse, the jewel bears a monogram MM. German Art Nouveau brooch, Jugendstil jewel, probably from Pforzheim, circa 1915.

    Hallmark 800, unknown German jeweler’s mark “MM”

    Size: 1.5 cm x 3.5 cm

    Note: the fastening system works
    Condition: scratches and chips to the center stone

    Weight : 4.66 gr

  • art nouveau enamel broche biarritz french antique jewellerymussel enamel brooch shell souvenir biarritz brooch

    Biarritz Art Nouveau brooch in yellow gold 18 karat. The brooch takes the form of a shell (a mussel) on which it is written “Biarritz” in black and blue enamel. Around, a floral decoration colored by green enamels and a pearl inlaid in relief. Brooch of the early twentieth century, Art Nouveau period. French jewel.

    Tested as 18 karat gold.

    Dimensions: 1.4 x 2.6 cm

    Size of the pearl: 3 mm approximately

    Note: the fastening system works.

    Weight: 4,11 gr


  • art nouveau rose gold brooch 9k pink quartzbroche art nouveau henry joseph barnet or quartz rose

    Arts & Crafts brooch by Barnet Henry Joseph (1865-1929), in rose and yellow 9 karat gold. The brooch has a triangular shape and is composed of openwork interlacing. It is a typical pattern of English Art Nouveau movement, also called Arts & Crafts. In the center, a pink quartz cabochon adorns the piece in a serrated setting. The composition is decorated with a fine elongated pearl (not tested), also called a soufflure. English brooch made by Henry Joseph Barnet, circa 1910.

    Signed BHJ on the reverse. Gold tested 9k.

    Dimensions : 4 cm x 3,5 cm

    Weight : 4,93 gr

  • broche fleur art nouveauart nouveau flower brooch in gold

    Art Nouveau orchid brooch in 18 karats matte gold, yellow and green colors, with a triangular shape and decorated with an orchid flower in full bloom centered with a green stone (garnet /glass doublet), surrounded by “whiplash” lines with alternating colors of gold. A pearl in tassel under the flower, set by 6 claws. French work from the Art Nouveau period, circa 1900

    Partially erased eagle’s head and goldsmith’s hallmarks.

    Height: 3cm
    Width: 3 cm

    Note : to wear it as a pendant, please ask us for a quote

    Weight: 2.1 gr