Posted 5 years ago
This is a delicate art noveau brooch with beautiful pearlwhite enamel. It´s beautifully made. I believe this brooch was made sometime early 1900's. I can see it has the Swedish Three Crown mark although the mark is half as the third lower Crown didn´t fit on the C clasp. I can´t make out the other mark, maybe it´s just saying 830S? I think this is silver but the goldtone makes med think it´s gilded. I don´t know who made this it´s not marked with a makers mark like Swedish pieces normally are.
Some of the detailes in the doomed, cirkular filigree has resemblance to a necklace in another post here on CW (wavy edge on the metall). See moonstonelover21's post by a maker with the unidentifyed mark OK:
And a link to a brooch made by the same maker as made her necklace:
But I also think my brooch looks a bit like the pieces by norweigan Clements Berg. On the other hand the Three Crowns mark is not the elipse importmark.
Any ideas on the style, the mark and possible maker is welcome, thanks!