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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# ES9684 Maker: David Andersen Circa: 1930 Sold.
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 $625
Here is a very beautiful enamel butterfly brooch made by John Atkin and sons in the early 20th century that will look so beautiful on any outfit. With its vibrant pink enamel highlighted by its green body and green spots on its wing, the enamel is still in superb condition. Measuring 37.5mm by 22mm it will look lovely on any outfit and is sure to always be admired. With that wonderful vintage look and feel to it, this enamel butterfly brooch is as charming as it is beautiful and elegant. Stock# ES7563 Circa: 1915 $Sold