Lush enamel and sterling silver dragonfly brooch. Rich cobalt blue enamel work with green at center of the dragonfly. Detailed wing pattern is beneath the enamel along with black patterned highlights. Made by John Atkins & Sons, well-known for their fine silver and enamel jewelry created in Birmingham, England between the Art Nouveau and Art Deco design eras. Silver hallmarks: Birmingham 1918. 1 1/2" W., 1" H.
Lovely antique butterfly brooch, the wings lushly enameled in lilac with a vibrant emerald green body. Additional highlights are present in iridescent blue and red. A detailed, butterfly-wing pattern is found beneath the enamel work. Made by John Atkins & Sons, well-known for their fine silver and enamel jewelry created in Birmingham, England, between the Art Nouveau and Art Deco design eras. Silver hallmarks: Birmingham 1916. 5/8" H., 1 1/8" W.
Lovely, antique jewel box covered in textured leather. The hinged top is inset with beveled glass which reveals the beautifully lined, tufted silk-and-velvet interior. A top tray fitted with sections to accommodate rings, bracelets and earrings lifts out to silk-lined compartment beneath, ideal for necklaces. Retains its original key. Made in France circa 1900. 3 1/4" H., 4 3/4" W., 7" L.
Stunning Art Nouveau design! Sterling silver and enamel necklace has numerous drops suspended from a reticulated Art Nouveau pendant. A rounded, triangular form suspends from above, beautiful, vibrant enamels range from blues to greens and purple violet. 2 5/8" L. Hallmarks: Charles Horner,Chester 1909.
Lustrously enameled sterling silver in vibrant blues, an oval medallion is surrounded by a curving reticulated Art Nouveau design. A pendant drop further enhances the lovely design. A similar pendant is pictured in "Charles Horner of Halifax," page 87. Hallmarks: Charles Horner, Chester 1911. 1 1/2" L.
A stylized leaf and frond is mounted upon the Georg Jensen-influence Modernist cufflinks. Marks upon each for 830 fine silver as well as maker Hans Julius Larsen of Copenhagen circa 1940's. 1/2" W., 3/4" L.
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.
Stunning design! Made by the well-known Birmingham designer James Fenton. Art Nouveau pendant is oval-form with a rising heart-and-foliate pattern in relief. Two enamel pendant drops further enhance the elegant Art Nouveau design. Lush enamels are in vibrant blues, aqua and purple. Fenton, along with noted designers Archibald Knox and Charles Horner, created the genre of design that was often retailed at Liberty & Co. Hallmarks: James Fenton, Birmingham 1908. 3" L.
Elegant enamel and sterling silver pendant from the famous Charles Horner workshop. The interlacing Art Nouveau design is richly enameled in shimmering aqua-green with blue highlights. An additional enamel suspension and drop complete the stunning design. Hallmarks: Charles Horner: Chester 1911. 2 1/8" suspension to drop
Tastefully designed Scandinavian Mid-Century silver cufflinks. A geometric scallop design is in relief upon the top of each. Made in Denmark by the Bernhard Hertz workshop, with their stamp upon each along with 830 fine silver marks; circa 1960. 1/2" W., 3/4" L.
Lovely enamel and sterling silver heart pendant from the famous Charles Horner workshop. The Arts & Crafts-era design has a raised rivet pattern upon the silver which surrounds an inner heart enameled in lustrous blue and aqua tones. Hallmarks: Charles Horner, Chester 1909. 1" 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.
Rich red enamel and silver gilt Modernist cufflinks made by Aksel Holmsen. The workshop in Oslo, Norway was always known for quality, lushly enameled jewelry, circa 1940's. Each signed with workshop marks. 1/2" W., 7/8" W. back
Fine Art Nouveau brooch designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co. circa 1903. The Cymric silver brooch with its relief florals in dappled silver has four sections lushly enameled in blues and greens. A central, oval opal cabuchon completes the stunning design with its original 9 ct. gold pin clasp upon the back. Knox Cymric jewelry was crafted in the W. H. Haseler of Birmingham's studio for Liberty. Marks: "L & Co., 925" as seen on examples pictured in "Liberty Style," by Arwas. 1 7/8" L.
Sterling silver Danish Modernist cufflinks with complementing tie clip. Geometric pattern with patinated accents. Made by the N.E. (Niels Erik) From workshop in Denmark circa 1960's. 1/2" W., 3/4" L. cufflinks; 1 1/4" L. tie clip
Blossom- and-leaf design silver cufflinks from the N.E. From (Niels Erik) workshop in Denmark circa 1940's. Lovely design and quality. Mark for 830 Fine Silver along with workshop mark. 1/2" W., 7/8" L.
Sterling silver and enamel brooch from the prominent Charles Horner workshop. The knotted design enameled in lustrous aqua, blue and green. Hallmarks: Charles Horner, Chester 1908. 1" W. A similar example illustrated in "Charles Horner of Halifax," by Lawson.
Beautifully enamelled scarab brooch from the famous Charles Horner workshop. The sterling silver Art Nouveau scarab has aqua as well as green enamel wings. The body is lushly enamelled in luminescent purple and aqua tones. Hallmarks: Charles Horner, Chester 1908. A similar scarab brooch is pictured in "Charles Horner of Halifax," by Lawson. 1 3/4" W.