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  • Victorian granulation broochbroche barette en or New

    Victorian barrette brooch in 18 karat yellow and pink gold. Antique brooch formed of three spheres decorated with granulation, the central sphere is decorated with 9 fine half-pearls. Antique brooch from the early 20th century, circa 1880.

    Weevil hallmarks (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Width: 4.2 cm

    Condition : scratches from use

    Weight : 3.52 gr

    We sell a bracelet to match this brooch (see photos), which you can see by clicking here.

  • broche chimères ancienneschimaras bar brooch in silver

    Antique chimeras brooch in gilded silver. Antique bar brooch decorated with two facing chimeras. Late 19th century, France.

    Hallmarked with the boar’s head (french state hallmark for silver)

    Length: 50 mm
    Width: 10 mm
    Thickness: 3 mm

    Condition: signs of wear, old solder repair

    Weight: 12.59 gr

  • Broche croissant de lune serpentRuby and emerald snake brooch

    Crescent moon and serpent brooch in 18-karat gold and platinum. Antique brooch featuring a matte platinum crescent moon with a coiled serpent. The serpent is set with rubies and emeralds, and has two small diamonds for eyes. The body is intricately carved to form scales. Antique brooch, circa 1915.

    Hallmarks 750 (poinçon d’État français pour l’or 18 karats), weevil mark

    Length: 26 m
    Width: 23 mm

    Estimated weight of emeralds: 0.05 carat
    Estimated weight of rubies: 0.02 carat

    Condition: wear and tear

    Weight: 4.48 gr

  • broche ancienne régional de PerpignanCatalan antique garnet brooch

    Antique Perpignan garnet brooch in 18 karat rose gold (750/1000). This bar brooch features a series of 11 faceted garnets with a raspberry pink color, arranged in a graduated design. The garnets are bezel-set with V-shaped motifs and have a domed back. Regional brooch from the South of France, circa 1880.

    Hallmarked with an eagle’s head and maker’s mark RD

    Length: 62 mm
    Width: 0.8 mm

    Condition: dents, wear scratches

    Weight: 3.93 gr

  • Broche raquette de tennis en orBroche tennis rubis en or

    Art Deco tennis racket brooch in 18 karat yellow gold (750). Brooch in the shape of a tennis racket, with the handle set with 15 calibrated rubies and the strings decorated with a pearl representing the ball. Sports brooch from the Art Deco period, circa 1920. Sport jewelry collection.

    Hallmarks: weevils (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Length: 31 mm
    Width: 7 mm

    Condition: light scratches from use

    Weight: 1.50 gr

    More information : Tennis has been an Olympic sport since the first edition of the modern Olympic Games in Athens in 1896. After being removed from the Olympic program for more than fifty years, it returned at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.

  • Water sport oar broochbroche aviron rame en or

    Art Deco oar brooch in 18 karat rose gold. This brooch is shaped like an oar, a tribute to nautical sports. The oar’s handle is decorated with a thole pin, which helps secure the oar on the boat’s oarlock. Sport-themed brooch, early 20th century, Art Deco period, France. Sport jewelry collection.

    Hallmarked with an eagle’s head (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold) and an illegible maker’s mark.

    Length: 7.2 cm
    Width: 0.7 mm

    Note: the brooch has been polished

    Weight: 5.04 gr

    More information : An oar is an instrument used to maneuver a canoe, dugout, kayak, or generally a boat. Unlike a paddle, an oar does not rely on the boat for support. This piece represents an oar.

  • Antique Jockey enamel silver broochbroche jockey cheval art deco

    Art Deco jockey brooch in 935 silver. This antique sports brooch features a jockey and his horse in the midst of a horse race. The jockey’s jacket and pants are set with marcasites. His cap is enameled green, and the horse’s coat is enameled brown (isabelline color).  Antique brooch, Edwardian Art Deco period, early 20th century. Sport jewelry collection.

    Poinçon 935 and illegible maker’s mark

    Dimensions: 2.5 x 4.3 cm

    Note: the clasp is secure
    Condition: some enamel loss, signs of wear

    Weight: 8.46 gr

    More information : Equestrianism has been included in the Olympic program since the 1900 Paris edition, with three jumping events. Since 1912, this sport has always been present at the Olympic Games.

  • paste silver broochsilver paste brooch

    Antique Masonic brooch in silver. Masonic brooch featuring the Square and Compasses within a circle, set with rhinestones. The combination of the Square and Compasses forms a square within the circle, symbolizing matter surrounded by the spiritual. The reunion of body and spirit can be supported by the quest for the squaring of the circle. In Masonic believes, the Compass symbolizes spiritual measurement and the individual’s ability to keep their actions within the bounds of what is right and appropriate. It also represents the capacity for self-assessment and improvement. The Square, on the other hand, represents the virtue of living a straight and balanced life, while respecting moral and ethical laws. Antique brooch, circa 1900.

    Swan hallmark (french state hallmark for silver)

    Diameter: 26 mm

    Condition: signs of wear

    Weight: 3.76 gr

    *The antique gold chain is not sold with the jewel*

  • broche ancienne régionale française

    Antique French silver diamond brooch from Arles. Antique regional brooch decorated with openwork motifs. The center of the brooch is adorned with a small diamond in a crumpled-effect setting, a motif typical of the South of France. The brooch is partially gilded on the reverse to prevent silver staining clothing. Antique regional brooch, France, late 19th century.

    Height: 17 mm
    Width: 4 cm

    Condition : scratches from use

    Weight : 5.74 gr

  • broche ancienne jugendstil allemande

    Jugendstil silver brooch. Brooch in silver set with light green glass cabochons. Art Nouveau brooch, Jugendstil period, circa 1900, School of Pforzheim, Germany.

    Registered hallmark and weevil hallmark.

    Dimensions: 30 x 25 mm

    Condition: scratches from use

    Weight : 7.34 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

    Learn more: The city of Pforzheim specializes in the creation of Jugendstil jewelry (Art Nouveau movement in Germany), drawing inspiration from French jewelry, most often crafted in silver and set with cabochon semi-precious stones. These jewels were more accessible than the precious material jewelry of the French Art Nouveau period. Theodor Fahrner, Georg Kleemann, and the firm Carl Hermann & Speck are the most significant creators of this movement in Germany.

  • broche céleste ancienne en or et diamantsHalley's comet moon brooch

    Diamond crescent moon and star brooch in 18 karat gold and silver. Celestial brooch featuring a crescent moon and a star, the whole set with 30 flat-cut foiled diamonds. The diamonds have yellow hues, some darker than others. Antique moon brooch, circa 1870.

    Owl hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Diameter : 33 mm

    Estimated diamond weight: 0.70 carat

    Condition: slight wear scratches

    Weight : 9 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

    More information : Moon-shaped jewelry was very fashionable in the second half of the 19th century. This corresponds to the rediscovery of Greco-Roman civilization and the “lunar triad” composed of Selene, Hecate and Artemis, symbolizing respectively the full moon, the new moon (or black moon) and the crescent moon. Jewelry adorned with one or more moons is highly symbolic, oriented towards the feminine, and is sometimes complemented by a lucky star, meant to show the way.

  • Art deco diamond pearl brooch in platinumbroche art deco en platine

    Art Deco diamonds pearl brooch in platinum and 18 karat white gold. Antique barrette brooch set with a line of 14 rose-cut diamonds and three pearls. With its straight geometric lines, this octagonal brooch is in keeping with the typical trends of the Art Deco period. It is representative of the white jewellery that was in fashion at the time. Art Deco barrette brooch, circa 1930.

    Owl and mascaron hallmark (French State hallmark for 18 karat gold and platinum).

    Dimensions: 48 x 3.3 mm
    Pearl diameter: 5.18 mm

    Total estimated diamond weight: 0.28 carat

    Condition: scratches from use

    Weight : 3.89 gr