Jugendstil Levinger tie pin

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Jugendstil Levinger tie pin in silver 900 thousandths and metal. An Art Nouveau (Jugendstil) period pin decorated with a sinuous line, centred on a violet glass cabochon (imitating amethyst). Antique pin, Jugendstil, circa 1900, Pforzheim, Germany, signed Heinrich Levinger.

Registered” mark, monogram HL for Heinrich Levinger

Design size: 18 x 17 mm
Pin height: 60 mm

Condition: the pin is slightly bent

Weight: 4.10 gr

*The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

Learn more: Art Nouveau was a movement that swept across Europe in the early 20th century. It adopted different names depending on its location, such as Art Nouveau in France and Belgium, Jugendstil in Germany, Modernista in Spain, Sezession in Vienna, Arts & Crafts in England, Szecessziò in Hungary, Yugoslavia, and Transylvania, Secese in Bohemia and Moravia, Stile Floreale or Liberty style in Italy, and more.

About Heinrich Levinger: Levinger & Bissinger, founded in 1909 by Heinrich Levinger, was a jewelry and bijouterie manufacturing company based in Pforzheim, which had been established before 1893 by Heinrich Levinger. The company is particularly known for its Art Nouveau-style jewelry.

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Jugendstil Levinger tie pin