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This diamond engagement ring is so beautiful and exciting from every angle that you look at it, and will no doubt always be cherished, loved and admired every time that it is worn. Made in 18 carat white gold by the American jewellery company Belais Manufacturing Company in the 1920's, its founder David Belais was one of the first jewellers to create white gold with his patent for it becoming so popular and sought after, that white gold jewellery produced during this time in America, was often called â€śBelais metalâ€ť. The detail in this ring is so exciting with not only the lovely open work, but around the diamond is the most gorgeous and romantic butterfly design that is repeated around the setting. It is small details such as this that make engagement rings from the Art Deco period so much more exciting, and shows why they are as popular today as when they were made. And in the centre sits a genuine antique mine cut diamond that measures 0.92 carats and is J in colour and Si in clarity. This diamond truly faces up so beautiful, and has such a magnificent sparkle to it. Genuine antique European and mine cut diamonds are getting so sought after today, and combine this with the gorgeous design of the ring itself, and this makes a ring like this one that will certainly not last long in the shop. Stock# ES9878 Maker: Belais Circa: 1920 $12,600
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By far the most famous of all the Danish jewellers of the late 19th century and early 20th century would have to be David Andersen, and here is a beautiful vintage enamel butterfly brooch that displays such wonderful colours. Dating from the 1930â€™s and made in sterling silver, the butterfly measures 54.5mm across by 30.3mm and will no doubt always look amazing on any outfit that it is worn on. Being this large in size will certainly make it get the attention from near or far and will no doubt always get the admiration that it rightly deserves. With such incredible colours that seem to explode outwards, this is without a doubt one of the most colourful brooches that was ever made by David Andersen and showcases why David Andersen jewellery has always be highly prized and regarded. Still in wonderful condition, this is an amazing enamel butterfly brooch by one of Denmarkâ€™s most famous jewellers. Stock# ES9663 Maker: David Andersen. Circa: 1930 $1,100
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The name David Andersen in synonymous with wonderful enamel jewellery from the early 20th Century, and here is a vibrant vintage enamel butterfly brooch so typical of the work produced at his factory. Measuring 54.1mm across by 31.4mm, the darker browns and black really make the lighter oranges to white stand out even more. Perfect for any outfit and time of the day or night, this is a wonderful vintage David Andersen to be loved and admired. Stock# ES9889 Maker: David Andersen Circa: 1930 $750
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The red and white colours used in this vintage butterfly make such a wonderful stark contrast that will make this brooch always be admired from near or far. Made by the Danish jeweller Volmer Bahner in the mid-1960â€™s in sterling silver, the brooch measures 42.3mm across by 28.6mm, and the enamel technique used is called guillochĂ© enamel. This technique is done when a very precise and repetitive pattern is engraved into an underlying material silver and then the enamel applied over the top. After the firing process is completed, it is polished back to a high lustre revealing the engraved pattern below the surface, revealing a wonderful pattern emphasised by the enamel. Perfect for any occasion, this enamel brooch will no doubt always be loved and cherished.
Stock# ES9685 Maker: Volmer Bahner Circa: 1965 $Sold.
The colours in this vintage enamel butterfly brooch have such a soft and muted tone to them, that will make this perfect to wear on any outfit where it is sure to always be a admired. Made by the Danish jeweller, Hroar Prydz in the 1930â€™s, this brooch measures a large 63.6mm across by 36mm, and will stand out day or night. So elegant and refined, this is a wonderful enamel brooch that is still in superb condition. Stock# ES9644 Circa: 1930 Maker: Hroar Prydz $Sold.
This charming vintage enamel butterfly brooch was made by the Danish jeweller Volmer Bahner in the mid-1960â€™s and is so sweet and charming that will make it always be loved and admired. Made in sterling silver, the brooch measures a very sweet 19.6mm by 12mm and and is one of the smallest enamel butterfly brooches that we have seen, yet makes such an impact on an outfit, especially one that is darker in colour.As beautiful today as then it was made, this brooch will always bring a smile to the lips of all who see it.
Stock# ES9653 Maker: Volmer Bahner Circa: 1965 $Sold.
The colours in this vintage David Andersen brooch is not only so vibrant, but the colours used really make this brooch stand out. Made in sterling silver in the 1930's, the combination of purple and mauve go so well together, and measuring 44.8mm across by 28.5mm, this brooch will make it stand out every time that it is worn. With a wonderful tactile feel to the touch, this vintage butterfly brooch is one that will always be loved and chesrished. Stock# ES9773 Maker: David Andersen Circa: 1930 $825 (On Hold J.G)
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Here is a wonderful vintage butterfly brooch made by the esteemed workshop of David Andersen in Norway in the 1930's. Measuring 53.4mm across by 30.5mm, this brooch has such vibrant colours with the purple being so vivid that will make it stand out every time that it is worn. With a wonderful tactile feel to the touch, this vintage butterfly brooch is one that will always be admired. Stock# ES9642 Maker: David Andersen Circa: 1930 $750
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Made in sterling silver by the Danish jeweller Volmer Bahner in the mid-1960â€™s, this is such a sweet and charming vintage butterfly brooch that is perfect for any occasion day or night. Measuring 42.3mm across by 28.2mm, the beautiful soft blue colour of the wings is typical of the work produced in this studio. The detail under the enamel gives it an extra element and the smooth tactile feel of the wings are just gorgeous. As beautiful today as when it was made, this butterfly brooch will no doubt always be admired. Stock# ES9638 Maker: Volmer Bahner Circa: 1965 Sold.
By far one of the most sought after jewellers from Norway was David Andersen and here is a fantastically large enamel butterfly brooch that is sure to impress all who see it. Made in sterling silver in the 1930's, this brooch measures an impressive 60.3mm across by 37.3mm, and thanks to the amazing colours of the enamel on the brooch, there is no doubt that this brooch will always be admired every single time that it is worn. With incredible browns, blue and black making up the predominant colour of this brooch, the enamel skill used in creating this brooch was truly perfectly done. With a wonderful smooth feel to the touch, this vintage butterfly brooch is one that will always be admired for its colours and size. Stock# ES9639 Maker: David Andersen Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Here is a wonderfully vibrant and very large sterling silver enamel brooch made by the Danish jeweller, Hroar Prydz in the 1930's. Measuring an impressive 63.4mm across by 39.1mm, the size is certainly impressive and will be wonderful to have on any outfit where it will always be admired. With a beautiful pure white body with hints of greens and black, this is a wonderfully large brooch that is perfect for day or night. Stock# ES9641 Circa: 1930 Maker: Hroar Prydz $1,450
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This vintage butterfly brooch was made in the mid-1940's by Ivar Holth in Norway and was made in the most wonderful powder-blue colour that will look amazing on any outfit and is destined to always be admired and commented on. Measuring 40.1mm across by 22.5mm, the butterfly has such a smooth, tactile feel to it and is perfect to wear day or night where it will no doubt always be admired for its charming form and colour. Stock# ES9635 Circa: 1945 Maker: Ivar Holth $Sold.