BelleEpoque

Holland

I started collecting jewellery from the Belle Epoque in 2007. Since then my collection has been growing bit by bit and now also includes some art and home items. I pI started collecting jewellery from the Belle Epoque in 2007. Since then my collection has been growing bit by bit and now also includes some art and home items. I particularly like the Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau, Jugendstil, and Secessionist styles, but also have a couple of early Art Deco pieces. I'm always on the look for designs from Liberty's, the Wiener Werkstätte, and iconic period items. (Read more)

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Austro-Hungarian silver amethyst and pearl necklace c. 1860 - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Art nouveau silver and enamel picture frame by Charles S Green & Co, Birmingham c. 1900 - Sterling Silverin Sterling Silver
Carl Deffner Jugendstil copper tea holders, Germany c. 1900 - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Georgian gold and diamond floral brooch, Belgium or France c. 1770 - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Liberty & Co. Turquoise Silver Necklace, probably by Jessie M. King c. 1900 - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
British Arts & Crafts Revivalist Mother of Pearl and Moonstone Necklace, by Amy Sandheim? c. 1920 - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Jugendstil plique-a-jour enamel slide necklace, Germany c. 1900 - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Jugendstil 800 Silver & Chrysoprase Brooch c. 1900, by Wilhelm Müller of Berlin - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Etruscan revival penannular silver brooch by Coppini c. 1890 - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Vintage Lalique white 'Toupie' and silver ring - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry

Comments

  1. both wonderful!
  2. Thanks, everyone for loving. melaniej, amethyst is my birthstone, too!! Fluffy, Peasejean, Elisabethan & kyratango, I'm grateful for your input.
  3. I meant handbag ;-)
  4. I agree with Elisabethan, it has an art nouveau feeling. Maybe a buckle or handbad ornament?? Lovely!
  5. Precious ring!
  6. Wonderful!
  7. Indeed, 830 is a typical silver content of scandinavian pieces.
  8. Wow, what a story!
  9. I love the red enamel in between the stones!
  10. Thank you, shareurpassion and katherinescollections! I also love the stone, but I actually think it's glass or synthetic citrine or topaz. Still pretty.
  11. Thanks all for your comments and love!
  12. Your family is so chic!
  13. Indeed similar, Kyra. You will get it next time! :)
  14. Thanx, vetraio! I still love your candle holder too!
  15. love the enamel!!
  16. Thanks, kyra & shareurpassion... love is timeless :)
  17. Thanks, Peasejean & PatSea, keep on collecting!! ;-)
  18. Celebrating the Simpsons 25th anniversary!!
  19. Thanks Fluffy, and don't worry I won't stop posting jewellery of course, it's my passion!!!
  20. Thanks for your praises, Peasejean! I'm happy to share and I love looking at your pretty treasures as well.
  21. Thanks, PatSea... this is indeed a lovely one!! You have wonderful things as well, let's keep sharing :)
  22. Hi PatSea, I just posted my Charles S Green picture frame! Regards. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/145845-art-nouveau-silver-and-enamel-picture-fr
  23. Hi vetraio!! I just posted my Deffner tea holders. All best! http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/145842-carl-deffner-jugendstil-copper-tea-holde
  24. Wonderful!
  25. Wonderful!
  26. Love the Hammer! :P
  27. Beautiful collection!
  28. Best wishes for 2015!
  29. I love cloissone enamel!! could they be Russian?? Happy holidays.
  30. Textbook art nouveau! Love it! I thought the big mark may be the crab for French silver. Good luck with it.
  31. Wonderful xmas gift to yourself! We all love Dorrie :)
  32. Wow, love it!
  33. Hi jensen, Jewels1900 & Elisabethan... I think I finally solved this mystery. The maker's mark is for Wilhelm Müller, from Berlin. So German, after all. Thanks for all your interest.
  34. Thanks, Agram. I know the feeling ;) Fijne Kerstdagen!
  35. Wow, more Amy. Beautiful!!
  36. Thanks to all for the loves... and Agram, thanks for your quick reaction and for not snatching this one up! :) I normally don't collect pieces from this period, but this one really caught my eye, it's...
  37. Hi Agram! I'd like your opinion on a piece I posted. I believe maybe it was part of a cross like yours... what do you think? Thanks and happy holidays. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/143458-...
  38. It surely has the Margold look!
  39. Agram, could your brooch be by the London makers Phillips Brothers? http://925-1000.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=23181
  40. I love these old long chains!!
  41. In any case, it's wonderful, good luck with the research.
  42. What's the outcome on this beauty?
  43. Beautiful! Is it Australian?
  44. great chair and great story, as always! :)
  45. Thanks austrohungaro!! You are right, wearing and displaying are not the same. But these necklaces are works of art on their own, I think. But be assured that I do put them on, and they look lovely an...
  46. Thanks for your kind reactions and loves!
  47. Hi Peasejean! I just posted the necklace I mentioned before. Regards. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/141688-liberty-and-co-turquoise-silver-necklace
  48. Btw, Liberty comes to mind :)
  49. Super! Good research.
  50. Quality is superb! As you say maybe from the Castellani school.
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