MURRLE BENNETT & CO Art Nouveau Heart Brooch Gold Opal Peridot H: 1.3 cm (0.51 in) W: 3.2 cm (1.26 in) Marks: 'MBC' monogram & '15ct' Anglo-German, c.1900
MURRLE BENNETT & Co 1896-1916 Art Nouveau Pendant Gold Chrysoprase Marks: Marks: 'MBC' monogram & '15ct' Anglo-German, c.1900 Literature: cf. Jewelry & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition, Elyse
Gold and enamel opal ring, the shoulders decorated with green enamel expanding to grip the opal bezel, secured by claws at the front and back. Paris c. 1900 , René Lalique (1860-1943).
This is not contemporary - image from a gallery of vintage and/or antique objects. MURRLE BENNETT & Co Jugendstil Slide Pendant Gold Turquoise
A beautiful white opal cabochon is surrounded by vivid enamel in this outstanding Art Nouveau brooch by Thodor Fahrner of Germany. A leader in magnificent Art Nouveau jewelry creation, this pin takes the form of a flower, with the opal serving as the center, highlighted by beautiful green enamels and three blue sapphire cabochons. This wonderful designer piece is crafted of 18K yellow gold and bears Fahrner's monogram on the back. Circa 1890
The platinum oval pendant encloses a black opal surrounded by a line of rubies, sapphires and emeralds within a diamond and pearl leaf and ribbon border tied with a bow knot to the top Circa 1910
This is not contemporary - image from a gallery of vintage and/or antique objects. MURRLE BENNETT & Co. (1896-1914) A gold brooch set central cabochon rose quartz, and gold set rose quartz drop.
Art Nouveau gold, pearl, and enamel "Bee" brooch, circa 1900, France.
Liberty & Co Art Nouveau Brooch by ARCHIBALD KNOX - Tadema Gallery
An antique gold, silver, diamond and pink topaz stomacher, early 19th century. Part of the House of Hohenzollern Royal Pink Topaz Parure. The top element set with a large rectangular cushion-shaped topaz within an old-cut diamond openwork border, with the sides emphasised by curvilinear diamond motifs, attached to an ornamental centre of diamond and topaz scrolls and ivy leaves terminating in a pendeloque topaz within an old-cut diamond border.