This exquisite full color engraving features the 12 winning entries of a jewelry design competition.
Issued in the same year and with a very similar style to the plates in the famous Les Documents Decoratifs (featuring the jewelry design of Alphonse Mucha), this unique page of beautiful jewelry designs appeared in an American art magazine.
Featured as a color plate in a 1901 edition of the Art magazine 'The International Studio', it features 12 stunning Art Nouveau Brooch designs and comes complete with its original protective tissue cover, which names the 12 winning entries.
The winning design is simply called 'London' and is on the far right, third row from the top.
With The Studio stamp of authenticity on the tissue guard lower right, the designs are beautifully colored and on a heavy weight semi-gloss paper.
There are some glue marks on the left margin edge and one small age mark centre, and the engraving is in very good Antique condition.
Measuring 11" x 8" it is a rare look at some early 20th century Art Nouveau jewelry designs. My favourite is the nude lady with long red hair, but I would love to own any one of them.
The Studio was a fine arts and decorative arts illustrated magazine published in London between 1893 and 1964. The American off-shoot..The International Studio.. was published in New York from 1897 until 1931.
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