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Antique Jugendstil Hermann & Speck Attributed Necklace - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Antique Fahrner Jugendstil Sterling Chrysoprase Ring - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Jugendstil Theodor Fahrner Amethyst Bracelet - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Meyle & Mayer Sterling Silver Enamel Laughing Gull? Brooch - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
800 Silver Lapis, Blue Cabochon Eyes, and Blue Enamel Dragonfly Brooch - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Wilhelm Hofmann 800 Silver Repousse Floral Brooch - Signed WHH - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Theodor Fahrner Carnelian & Marcasite Necklace  - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
P. Pfeiffer Silver & Enamel Flower Necklace - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Opal & Fire Agate Gold Pendant  - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Theodor Fahrner Eric Kleinhempel Amethyst Pendant / Necklace - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry


  1. Thanks so much, BelleEpoque!
  2. Wow! Stunning piece!
  3. Thanks so much, BelleEpoque! :)
  4. Thanks so much for your lovely comments, Peasejean55, vetraio50, and Jewels1900! :) Kyratango- Thank you very much for your comment and help! I did not know the name of these pearls so that helps ...
  5. Beautiful ring, the turquoise is stunning! :)
  6. Beautiful piece and excellent work! :) It is great to see pieces like this restored and appreciated again instead of being scrapped!
  7. Great piece! I believe the maker is Charriol.
  8. Beautiful piece and excellent find! :)
  9. A beautiful piece and a beautiful dog :)
  10. Thanks so much for your help, delegend.antiques!
  11. Absolutely stunning! :)
  12. Beautiful piece! I agree, it does have a Meyle & Mayer look to it! :)
  13. Stunning, it's a lovely combination of enamel and turquoise ! :)
  14. Thanks so much Peasejean55!
  15. Beautiful piece!
  16. Thanks for sharing, it is interesting to see pieces from Fahrner's other ranges.
  17. Wow! Stunning piece and great find! :)
  18. Thanks so much for the lovely comments, Jewels1900, antiquaries, and Efesgirl! And thanks for all of the loves! :)
  19. VintageD_10- Thanks, it will definitely be loved and worn! Elisabethan- Thanks so much!
  20. Thanks so much for the nice comment and the love, Elisabethan! :)
  21. Thanks for the lovely comment, Elisabethan!
  22. Thanks so much Elisabethan! :)
  23. Thanks so much Elisabethan and courtenayantiques!
  24. Stunning piece!! :)
  25. Beautiful!
  26. Thanks so much for the nice comments TassieDevil, VintageD_10, Peasejean55, Jewels1900, kyratango, bijoucaillouvintage, vetraio50, and inky! Also thanks for all of the loves! :) VintageD_10- Surpr...
  27. No worries, you're welcome! :)
  28. Beautiful necklace! It is by Knoll & Pregizer, a company that was in Pforzheim, Germany.
  29. That's interesting about MBCo and Fahrner. The necklace sounds like it was a great find!
  30. Thanks, I do have that one already! I was hopeful there was another reference book on plique.
  31. Thanks for the information, Jewels1900!
  32. Lovely piece and great repair! :)
  33. Stunning! :)
  34. Thanks so much kyratango and katherinescollections! :) I think it probably is a later piece. Any idea on how long Meyle & Mayer were in business?
  35. What a beautiful piece! :)
  36. Thanks so much Efesgirl and Jewels1900 for your information and input!
  37. Thanks Efesgirl for your information! Thanks you for the lovely comments nutsabotas and racer4four! Jewels1900- Thanks so much for your help and information. I thought it may have been Franz Boer...
  38. Thanks so much for the information, Jewels1900! I will remember to add the word schmuck when researching.
  39. Jewels1900- Those are always fun, you will have to let us know if it ends up being signed or not. Bluboi- I also looked at my pieces, I have one similar to your piece http://photos.imageevent.com...
  40. Beautiful pieces!
  41. Thanks for all of your loves, Hel1, Efesgirl, TassieDevil, racer4four, Peasejean55, kyratango, Ms.CrystalShip, aura, Wandlessfairy, martika, davyd286, valentino97, terihanson, and JImam!
  42. Thanks so much for all of your loves, Zilla, Hel1, bijoucaillouvintage, Peasejean55, TassieDevil, Efesgirl, aura, freiheit, swampdogg, and valentino97!
  43. Thanks so much for the comments, Manikin and antiquerose! Thank you for the all of your loves, Zilla, Hel1, kyratango, bijoucaillouvintage, Peasejean55, TassieDevil, Efesgirl, Jlmam, swampdogg, au...
  44. I think I have only one Fahrner chain that has a mark but it is an enamel one from the late 1920s.
  45. That is interesting that you have a similar pendant that is unsigned. It does make you wonder whether the companies tried to copy each other's work or had some kind of partnership to sell their work....
  46. I had wondered the same thing, that someone might have wanted to make a longer chain/necklace into a shorter one and in doing so, the mark has been lost.
  47. Thanks for sharing the video! :) She has some great pieces!
  48. I agree, it is interesting that the art deco pieces were under Gustav Braendle, I wonder if the company would have taken the same route if Theodor Fahrner would have been alive during the 1920s.
  49. Thanks so much for the lovely comments TassieDevil, racer4four, Peasejean55, kyratango, and Wandlessfairy! :) Peasejean55- I agree it is interesting, I have not seen many Eric Kleinhempel designed ...
  50. Stunning brooch!
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