Georgian brooch with Putti playing flute surrounded by paste stones. France, early 19th Century, probably from the Limoges region.
Georgian Cupid paste brooch with enamels on metal setting. Circular brooch with an enamelled plate representing a Love putti playing the flute. The enamelled subject is surrounded by two rows of white pate stones underlined by two golden circles. Early 19th century jewel, probably from Limoges.
Diameter : 2,8 cm
Diameter of the enamelled plate : 1,2 cm
Weight : 9,18 gr
Jewelry through Art: Romanticism appeared in France at the beginning of the 19th century in reaction to the rigidity of the classical style. Imagination and sensibility predominate in the arts and one privileges in particular the expression of the self and the themes of nature and love.