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heaveninawildflower · 2 days ago
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‘Design for the ‘Bluebird Brooch’ (1899) by Charles Ricketts (of blue and green enamelled gold set with a cabochon garnet; in the form of a bird pecking at berries of cabochon corals on an olive tree, with a pendant crystal hanging beneath and jewel held by the claw at base of design).’
Graphite and pen, touched with gold, with watercolour and bodycolour.
Image and text information courtesy British Museum.
© The Trustees of the British Museum.
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tapireye · 10 months ago
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Various Antique “Lover’s Eye’ Jewellery Pieces, c. late 1700s
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shewhoworshipscarlin · a year ago
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Opal wing brooch, 1910s.
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figdays · a month ago
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Devil Brooch // TheScampDen
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dariabel-jew · a year ago
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To the world🥂
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Movable brooches "Aziraphale" and "Crowley" inspired by opening titles of GoodOmens show.
Materials: cooper, brass, german silver, feathers, patina.
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P.s. Thanks quarantine for time, which I spent to this work 😅
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heaveninawildflower · 2 months ago
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Carved ivory brooches (circa 1850). Possibly made in Germany.
Image and text information courtesy British Museum.
© The Trustees of the British Museum.
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treasures-and-beauty · 9 months ago
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Brooch. Marcus and Co., America ca. 1900. Gold, opal, and enamel.
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beautylikegrace · 2 months ago
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Classic Laines Pink Faux Fur Slippers With Artisan Pearl & Gold LOBSTER Brooch by Laines London
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littlealienproducts · 3 months ago
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Cute Animal Pins by Unmelt
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jeannepompadour · 2 months ago
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Rare Kiev culture enameled brooch and chain set, 3rd-5th Century AD
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arsenicinshell · 2 months ago
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Luis Masriera i Rosés (1872-1958) Masriera House is a Catalan jewelry house founded in the first half of the 19th century by Josep Masriera Vidal (Sant Andreu de Llavaneres 1810 - Barcelona 1875). The Maison Masriera reached its heyday under the direction of Luis Masriera i Rosés, who created Art Nouveau jewels that attracted worldwide attention.
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ashleabechaz · 29 days ago
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The Brooch drop is now live!
There are only 13 handmade wearables available, each a one off piece!
Visit www.etsy.com/shop/ashleabechaz to check it out 🌞
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fiercerthanyou · a month ago
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Lover’s Eyes!
Eye miniatures are typically made of painstakingly detailed watercolors on polished pieces of ivory, and surrounded by carved gems, enameled metals, and human hair. These exquisite, enigmatic objects are frequently unsigned, making the majority unattributable to a single artist, and because they depict only a single eye and sometimes a stray lock of hair or eyebrow, the sitter’s identity is also often obscured.
Gold oval brooch with a band of diamonds within a blue glass guilloche border surrounded by white enamel (1890). Lady’s blue right eye with dark brow,
Gold brooch surrounded by a rope of brown hair (ca. 1835), lady’s blue left eye, with wisp of hair that match es in color the hair in the rope, 5/16 x 1/8 inches,
Circular gold brooch with rope surround (ca. 1800), blue left eye, 1 x 1/4 inches,
Shagreen heart-shaped bodkin box (ca. 1835), lady’s left blue eye and dark brow, 1 1/4 x 2 3/8 x 2 3/8 inches (photo courtesy Michelle Rowan),
Gold link bracelet centered with glazed oval aperture, the reverse of the aperture backed with mother-of-pearl (ca. 1840), French school, gentleman’s brown right eye and brow, 3/4 x 1 x 5/8 inches,
Ivory toothpick case with gold piqué embellishment, hinged lid, and burgundy velvet interior (ca. 1890), lady’s blue right eye with blue and gray clouds at the edges, 5/8 x 1 5/16 x 5/16 inches,
Gilt metal bracelet clasp on a strap of plaited brown hair, surmounted by glazed oval aperture ringed with rosettes (ca. 1830), 1 1/32 x 1 1/4 x 7 3/4 inches,
All images from Lover’s Eyes: Eye Miniatures from the Skier Collection and courtesy of D Giles, Limited / Hyperallergic
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figdays · 4 months ago
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Sailor Moon brooch // VolgaArts
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fawnvelveteen · 5 months ago
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PLISSON & HARTZ Art Nouveau Twin Fairy Brooch, c. 1900
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