These two brooches are similar but I couldn’t choose between them, so you get to see both!
This piece was made in 1915. The brooch, 1.3 inches in diameter, is rendered in silver over yellow gold. Fine enamel flowers of peachy hues are complimented by bright green leaves and finished with rose cut diamonds. This piece would look wonderful with any number of outfits.
This brooch, with its crescent moon shape and floral embellishment, combines several popular Art Nouveau motifs. Made in 1910, the brooch is made of yellow gold which has aged beautifully, developing a rich patina. Lifelike golden leaves, enamel flowers at different life stages and tiny, perfect seed pearls, graduated in size, taper down the ends of the crescent moon. It is elegant, restrained, and lovely.