Fine Art Nouveau silver and enamel brooch with two large, heart-shape foliates in lush blue-to-green enamels. The hearts are surrounded by additional stylized foliates in relief. The firm, founded by Ernest Murrle of Pforzheim and J.B. Bennett of London, was active 1896-1914, creating Art Nouveau and Arts & Crafts design jewelry. The works were often sold by Liberty & Co. in London at turn-of-the-century. Signed with the workshop's MBCo logo along with silver mark. Made in Pforzheim circa 1900. 3/4" W., 1 5/8" L., 2 7/8" L. with pin.
Stunning antique sterling silver and enamel butterfly brooch. The detailed lilac wings, with veining in black, have iridescent green patterns along with a green body. Made by the John Atkins & Sons workshop, well-known for their fine silver and enamel jewelry. Fully hallmarked: John Atkins, Birmingham 1915. 2 1/4" W., 1 1/8" H.
Stunning design, purely Danish in form. Silver cufflinks with a reticulated, stylized floral in a distinct Georg- Jensen-influence design. Made by the well-regarded Eiler & Marloe workshop in Copenhagen circa 1950's. Stamped firm's marks along with 830 fine silver marks. 5/8" W., 7/8" L.
Lovely enameled scarab pendant from the Charles Horner workshop. The scarab has luminous blue, green and aqua highlights. A similar example is pictured in "Charles Horner of Halifax," by Tom J. Lawson, page 88. Hallmarks: Charles Horner, Chester 1910. 1 1/4" W.
Remarkably detailed enamel and sterling silver butterfly brooch. Aqua with gradations of emerald green along with golden and sienna accents. Black veining defines the realistic wing pattern. Fine example made by the John Atkins & Sons workshop. Fully hallmarked John Atkins, Birmingham 1918. 2 5/8" W., 1 3/4" H.
Oval tiger-eye cufflinks set in sterling silver. Made by the well-known N.E. From (Niels Erik) workshop in Denmark circa 1960's. Nice quality. 1/2" W., 3/4" L.
Lushly enameled Scandinavian cufflinks. Gilded sterling silver, Modernist design. Made by the Aksel Holmsen workshop in Norway, circa 1940's. 1/2" W., 7/8" L.
Handsome mid-century cufflinks made by the well-known David Andersen workshop of Oslo, Norwway circa 1950's. The sterling silver gilded pair are enameled in black along with white in an engined pattern. 3/8" W., 3/4" L. each
Mid-Century Modernist silver cufflinks made by the Willy J. Krogmar workshop of Denmark, circa 1940's. Two rows of beaded designs flank an incised rectangular bar. Krogmar workshop mark beneath along with 930 fine silver mark. 3/8" W., 3/4" L.
Handsome pair of rounded, natural coral cufflinks. Each has a gold button beneath with attached gold chain. Edwardian era circa 1910.
Extraordinary Art Nouveau design. A scarce example of a bat-form pendant from the famous Charles Horner workshop in sterling and enamel. A detailed pattern in the silver wings and body is seen beneath the enamel work. Cobalt blue, along with lustrous turquoise and aqua greens, define the design. Further enamel is found upon a rising triangular form above the pendant as well as on a complementing suspension. A similar example is pictured in "Charles Horner of Halifax," page 94. Hallmarks: Charles Horner, Chester 1909. 2 1/2" L. with suspended enamels.
The oval form is set with complementing oval lapis cabuchons. 9K gold, made in London circa 1922. 3/8" W., 3/4" L.
Engine turned geometric Art Deco cufflinks. Hallmarks for 9K gold, Birmingham 1938. 3/8" W., 5/8" L.
Quatrefoil-form silver gilt cufflinks with incised design. Made in Norway by the Albert Scharwing silver workshop circa 1940's. Workshop marks as well as 835 fine silver marks upon each. 5/8" W., 7/8" L.
Beautifully stylized Mid-Century Modern cufflinks. The sterling silver cufflinks are gilded upon the tops. Made in Copenhagen by the Hermann Siersbol workshop circa 1950's. 7/8" W., 7/8" L.
Elegant Art Nouveau enameled pendant from the famous Charles Horner workshop. The openwork design has rising foliates in relief flanked by lush aqua blue enamels. An additional aqua enamel element hangs from a chain above. A drop pearl suspension completes the design. Hallmarks: Charles Horner, Chester 1912. 1 3/4" L. pendant, 3" L. with enamel above