The age of enamel took place at the end of the 19th century and into the early 1900s. Enamels were used in jewelry during many earlier centuries as well. However, during this later era we see the creation of astounding pieces in design and color. this small brooch is an excellent example of the creativity and color in jewelry.
Here is an unusual color which was difficult to achieve. Is it a rose? Is it a mum? Is it the artist's imagination. With the added diamond peeking out from the central blossom we have a charming brooch. It is completely original--pin and clasp included. In addition there is a jump ring on the reverse allowing the wearer to add a chain and wear the piece as a pendant.
The brooch measures just under one inch in diameter. it is not marked but shows 14k in testing. It weighs 7.5 grams. A tiny nick at the tip of one petal is mentioned for accuracy of description. It does not harm the quality and condition of the brooch.
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