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Bippart & Co. 0.28 Carats Diamond 14 Karat Gold Art Nouveau Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Centering an old European cut diamond weighing approximately 0.25 carat - J color with SI clarity Bezel set in platinum and gold with a whiplashed surround Accented by an old singl...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Diamond, White Diamond, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold, Platinum

Art Nouveau 18 Karat Yellow Gold Bear Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Depicting a stylized bear standing on its hind legs while grasping a branch With highly textured fur Bear tested as 18 karat gold while pin stem is 14 karat gold Circa: 1905 Bear...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Gold, Yellow Gold, 18k Gold

Art Nouveau Pearl 14 Karat Gold Hermes Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Stickpin designed as stylized winged head of Hermes - messenger of the gods With whiplash style wings and 2.0 mm pearl in mouth Pearl is white in body color with good luster Head...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Pearl, Gold, 10k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Ruby 14 Karat Gold Quail Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a strutting quail with a fanned tail and ruby cabochon eye Feathers are highly rendered and feature a matte finish Stamped 14K for 14 karat gold Circa: 1905 Quail mea...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Ruby, 14k Gold, Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Enamel 14 Karat Gold Knight Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Featuring the profile of a man in a knight's helmet Red enamel accented helmet Highly detailed with intricate gold work Tested as 14 karat gold Knight Measures: 5/8 x 3/83/8 Inch...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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14k Gold, Yellow Gold, Enamel

Antique Art Nouveau 14k Gold, Emerald & Diamond Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A very fine 14k gold, emerald and diamond stickpin. Set with a round emerald cabochon that is framed by gold scrolls and round brilliant bezel-set diamonds. Simply a great stickpi...
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Diamond, Emerald, Gold, 14k Gold

Art Nouveau Ruby 14 Karat Gold Satyr Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Centering a face of a satyr with horns, long ears, and swirling beard Accented by round ruby cabochon eyes, transparent and purplish-red in color Matte gold finish Stamped 14kt fo...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Ruby, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Jade 14 Karat Gold Snake Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Centering a bezel set pear cabochon cut jade measuring 6.5 x 10.5 mm, semi-translucent green with large white mottling and very good luster Surrounded by a snake with a long winding...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Jade, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Diamond 18 Karat Gold Foliate Eagle Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Featuring head of an eagle encompassed by a foliate surround with engraved detail and a matte finish Clutched in its beak is an old European cut diamond, bezel set with a milgrain e...
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Gold, 18k Gold

Art Nouveau 18 Karat Yellow Gold French Lion Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Depicting profile of roaring lion with detailed face and mane With decorative whiplash surround and matte finish French maker's mark and french assay mark for 18 karat gold Head m...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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18k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau 14 Karat Yellow Gold Hooded Prophet Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Circular disk highly rendered to depict a hooded prophet with lifelike fabric detailing Back is inscribed "Jan 10-'06" Stamped 14K for 14 karat gold Circa: 1905 Top measures: 9/1...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Walton & Co. Art Nouveau Jade 18 Karat Gold Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Stickpin designed as stylized ginkgo leaf frame with textured ridges Centering an oval jade cabochon measuring 12.0 x 9.0 mm Jade is translucent green with mottling and very good p...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Jade, 18k Gold, Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Moonstone 14 Karat Gold Cherub Intaglio Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Featuring an oval cabochon of moonstone measuring approximately 10.0 x 8.5 mm Translucent with strongly billowing white adularence Deeply carved to depict a cherub fluttering after...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Moonstone, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Sapphire 14 Karat Gold Eagle Head Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Stickpin designed as stylized eagle bust Accented by textured feathers with a 2.5 mm round sapphire in beak Sapphire is medium in saturation and denim blue in color Stamped 14k fo...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Sapphire, Blue Sapphire, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Vibrant Black Opal 14 Karat Gold Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Centering an oval cabochon black opal, measuring approximately 9.9 x 7.8 mm Semi translucent with very good play-of-color in the blue, green and violet range Very good polish and l...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Opal, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

French Art Nouveau 18 Karat Green Gold Serpent Dragon Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Depicting a green gold serpent dragon sinuously coiled in a circle Stylized whiplash wings and hatched scales French assay mark for 18 karat gold Numbered with French maker's mark...
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1990s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Gold, 18k Gold

Art Nouveau Diamond 10 Karat Gold Stylized Owl Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Hollow form depicting the face of an owl, with an old European cut diamond in its mouth and single cut diamond eyes Total diamond weight approximately 0.08 carat, eye-clean and whit...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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White Diamond, 10k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Diamond 14 Karat Gold Green Man Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Stylized green man face with wide diamond set eyes Two old European cut diamonds, weighing approximately 0.05 carat total, eye-clean and white With an open mouth and bold expressio...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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White Diamond, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Diamond 10 Karat Gold Green Man Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a stylized Green Man face with a pierced pear shaped mouth Featuring two claw set old European cut diamonds, eye-clean and white Matte gold with an aged finish Tested ...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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White Diamond, 10k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau 0.61 Carat Emerald Diamond Paisley Whiplash Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Centering a claw set rectangular step cut emerald weighing approximately 0.58 carat, translucent lush bluish-green Accented by three bezel set single cut diamonds with remaining wei...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Emerald, 14k Gold

Brassler & Co. 1910 Art Nouveau Bloodstone 14 Karat Gold Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Centering a rectangular cabochon bloodstone measuring approximately 12 x 9 mm, dark bluish-green with vibrant red mottling With sweeping stylized whiplash surround Stamped with the...
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Vintage 1910s Art Nouveau Brooches

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14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Seraphinite Cabochon 14 Karat Gold Stickpin, circa 1905
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Centering an opaque oval cabochon seraphinite measuring approximately 10.6 x 7.3 mm; patched mottling of dark and light green with the lighter green displaying strong chatoyancy Bez...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Diamond 14 Karat Gold Pan Satyr Greek God Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a highly rendered depiction of the satyr Pan - Greek god of the wild With florals in hair, a wildly scrolling beard, and horns Eyes are single cut diamonds weighing in ...
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20th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

Carter Gough Art Nouveau Garnet 14 Karat Gold Gargoyle Stickpin
By Carter Gough & Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Stickpin designed as the profile of a winged gargoyle resting head in hands With textured wings, hair, and stylized features Accented by round cabochon garnet eye Stamped 14k for...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Garnet, Gold, Yellow Gold, 14k Gold

Art Nouveau Jeweled Yellow Gold Stickpin Brooch by Whiteside & Blank
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Art Nouveau 14K gold stickpin brooch of intertwined scrolls surrounding a brilliant orange citrine. The intricate, flowing design is accented with three small pearls. Made by Whitesi...
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Baroque Pearl 14 Karat Gold Sconce Ornamental Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a sconce with a baroque pearl flame, pearl measuring approximately 13.3 x 7.0 mm, white body color with slight orient and very good to excellent luster and surface qualit...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Pearl, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Taylor & Co. Inc. Art Nouveau Citrine 10 Karat Gold Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Centering a bezel set elongated oval cabochon citrine, measuring approximately 8.0 x 4.2 mm Bright and very slightly brownish-orange Matte gold with a tapered and slight scrolling ...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Citrine, Gold, 10k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Diamond Enamel 18 Karat Gold Devilish Satyr Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Stickpin designed as a highly stylized head of a satyr With textured hair, agape mouth, and enamel glossed horns Enamel is translucent red and gray - exhibiting some loss Accen...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Diamond, White Diamond, Enamel, Gold, Yellow Gold, 18k Gold

Art Nouveau Ruby 14 Karat Gold Serpent De Mer Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as the head of a sea creature With tiny round cabochon ruby eyes Matte gold face with fins radiating outward Stamped 14K with partial maker's mark Head Measures: Approx....
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Ruby, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Diamond Demantoid Garnet 14 Karat Gold Frog Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a cute and stylized frog Set throughout by round cut demantoid garnets and old European cut diamonds Tested as 14 karat gold Circa: 1905 Frog measures: 5/8 x 1/2 inch...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Diamond, White Diamond, Garnet, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Brokaw & Son Art Nouveau Pearl Diamond 14 Karat Gold Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as the head of an eagle holding a pearl in its mouth measuring approximately 3.4 mm, white body color with excellent luster and surface quality Accented with an old Europea...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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White Diamond, Pearl, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Enamel Diamond Sapphire 14 Karat Gold Empress Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a concave disk depicting a high relief profile of a woman with curling tendrils of long hair that drapes beyond the confines of the circular surround Her face incredibly...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Diamond, White Diamond, Sapphire, Blue Sapphire, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow ...

Art Nouveau Ruby Cabochon 18 Karat Yellow Gold Green Man Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a stylized smiling face with pierced out features Intertwined with highly rendered leaves with a subtle green gold finish Centering a bezel set purplish-red ruby caboch...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Ruby, Gold, 18k Gold, Yellow Gold

Bippart & Co. Art Nouveau Ruby 14 Karat Gold French Bulldog Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Depicting a highly rendered bust of a French Bulldog With ruby cabochon eye accents Stamped 14K for 14 karat gold Maker's mark for Bippart & Co. Circa: 1905 Dog measures: 7/16 x...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Ruby, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Riker Brothers Art Nouveau Plique-A-Jour 14 Karat Gold Hat Stickpin
By Riker Brothers
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Depicting a highly rendered profile portrait of a woman Background is glossed with teal blue plique-à-jour enamel - completely intact With an oval whiplashed surround Head of stic...
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Vintage 1910s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Enamel, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau 0.40 Carat Demantoid Garnet Gold Stylized Whiplash Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Centering two bezel set round and old European cut demantoid garnets weighing approximately 0.40 carat total, transparent medium-dark yellowish-green Surrounded by three sections of...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Garnet, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Pearl Plique-A-Jour Enamel 14 Karat Gold Gargoyle Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Highly rendered to depict a fearsome gargoyle face with a towering headdress Glossed with translucent cream to white pliquè-a-jour enamel Clutching a round 3.0 mm button pearl; cre...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Pearl, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold, Enamel

Art Nouveau 0.30 Carat Diamond 14 Karat Gold Gargoyle Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Depicting a deeply carved face with bushed eyebrows, large ears, and large eyes with concave pupils Grimacing smile set with an old European cut diamond weighing approximately 0.30 ...
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Diamond, 14k Gold, Gold

French Art Nouveau Marquis Diamond 18 Karat Gold Serpentine Dragon Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Depicting a highly rendered dragon, matte gold, with detailed serpentine body intertwining within itself Clutching a marquise cut diamond in its beak, bezel set milgrain platinum, w...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Diamond, White Diamond, Gold, 18k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Articulated 14 Karat Two-Tone Gold Classic Car Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a classic automobile with bezel set ruby accents on headlight and wheels Featuring articulated white gold wheels Tested as 14 karat gold Circa: 1905 Car measures: 1/4...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Ruby, Gold, 14k Gold, White Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Tiger's Eye 14 Karat Yellow Gold Sun Face Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Carved tiger's eye in the form of a smiling sun face Ribbed gold surround Twisted pin stem Tested as 14 karat gold Sun Face Measures: Approx. 3/4 x 5/8 Inch Total Length: App...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Tiger's Eye, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Stickpin Silver Art Deco Jugend
Located in Orimattila, FI
Stickpin Silver Art Deco Jugend. Stik Pin Fine needle, I do not know where made. I doubt manufacturing for the early 20th century.
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Silver

Stickpin Silver Art Deco Jugend
Located in Orimattila, FI
Stickpin Silver Art Deco Jugend Stik Pin Fine needle, I do not know where made. I doubt manufacturing for the early 20th century.
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Silver

Art Nouveau Diamond Demantoid Garnet 14 Karat Gold Insect Bug Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a six-legged bug set with single cut demantiod garnets and Swiss cut diamonds Three Swiss cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.03 carat Six single cut demantoid garnet...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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White Diamond, Garnet, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Sapphire Seed Pearl 14 Karat Gold Winged Griffin Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Centering a transitional cut sapphire in a millegrain bezel, transparent and cornflower blue in color Surrounded by matte gold whiplash transitioning into the profile of a lion's he...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Freshwater Pearl, Blue Sapphire, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Kirby Art Nouveau Pearl Diamond 14 Karat Yellow Gold Angel Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Depicting a statuesque angel's bust with spread scrolling wings and foliate base Topped by a round 3.0 mm pearl, cream in body color with silver overtones Centering an old European...
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Vintage 1910s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Diamond, White Diamond, Pearl, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Diamond Freshwater Pearl 14 Karat Gold Question Mark Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Depicting a whiplash question mark with grooved edges Centering a rose cut diamond - prong set With a natural freshwater pearl at the tail end of the symbol Pearl is 2 mm and wh...
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Diamond, White Diamond, Pearl, Freshwater Pearl, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow ...

Krementz Art Nouveau Pearl Demantoid Garnet 14 Karat Gold Star Stickpin
By Krementz & Co
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a six rayed star, each with two round freshwater natural pearls, white body color and slight silver overtones Centering a claw set, round cut demantoid garnet, transpare...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Garnet, Pearl, Natural Pearl, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Natural Freshwater Pearl 14 Karat Gold Foliate Green Man Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as four branches of highly rendered scrolled foliate with top branch depicting a serene Green Man motif Centering a natural freshwater pearl measuring approximately 2.5 mm,...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Freshwater Pearl, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Baroque Pearl Demantoid Garnet 14 Karat Gold Fierce Lion Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a deeply carved fierce lion face with demantoid garnet eyes; lime green in color Featuring an open mouth set with a baroque pearl; white in body color with good luster ...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Garnet, Pearl, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Carter and Gough Art Nouveau Pearl 14 Karat Gold Winding Serpent Stickpin
By Carter Gough & Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a winding green gold serpent with ridged scales and rose gold accents backed by polished yellow gold Topped with a round pearl, white in body color with good luster and ...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Pearl, Gold, 14k Gold, Rose Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Ruby 14 Karat Gold Hypnos Greek God Green Man Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Depicting Hypnos, the Greek god of sleep, as a green man motif With a sleepy disposition, foliate crown, and two whiplashed wings at either side of head Accented by spiraled beard ...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Ruby, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Old Mine Diamond Enamel 18 Karat Gold Brunhilde Norse Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Depicting the enameled image of Brunhilde, a Norse Valkyrie and daughter of Odin Enamel is refined with no loss while armor is deeply engraved gold Accented by an old mine cut diam...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Diamond, White Diamond, Gold, 18k Gold, Yellow Gold, Enamel

Carter Gough & Co. Art Nouveau Pearl 14 Karat Gold Greek God Pan Stickpin
By Carter Gough & Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Depicting the stylized face of the Greek god Pan with long ears and curved horn design on forehead With open mouth holding a baroque pearl, white body color with silver and yellow o...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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Pearl, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Sloan & Co. Art Nouveau Citrine Pearl 14 Karat Gold Stylized Greek Key Stickpin
By Sloan & Company
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Centering a bezel set oval mixed cut citrine weighing approximately 0.45 carat; transparent and a medium-dark orange color With a cascading wheat motif terminating as a round button...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Citrine, Pearl, Gold, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Ruby 14 Karat Two-Tone Gold Crescent Moon Night Sky Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a highly rendered polished white gold crescent moon with stylized textured yellow gold "night sky" background Sweetly accented by a flush set round cut ruby Tested as 1...
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Ruby, Gold, 14k Gold, White Gold, Yellow Gold

Brassler Co. Egyptian Revival Art Nouveau Sapphire Diamond Pharaoh Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as the profile of a pharaoh with headdress Centering a buff-top square sapphire measuring approximately 4.5 x 4.5 mm, bright cornflower blue Accented with an old European ...
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Antique Late 19th Century Egyptian Revival Brooches

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White Diamond, Blue Sapphire, 14k Gold, Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau 18 Karat Gold Pan Mythological Greek God Head Stickpin
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Stickpin designed as profile of Pan - god of the wild Accented by stylized face with textured hair and horns Tested as 18 karat gold Circa: 1905 Pan head: 1/2 x 1/2 inch Total l...
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Early 20th Century Brooches

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Gold, Yellow Gold

Gem-Set Fly Stickpin
Located in Firenze, IT
the fly's body set with cushion-cut sapphire and pearl with half pearl wing
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Vintage 1910s Art Nouveau Brooches

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Sapphire, Gold

Carter Gough & Co. 14 Karat Gold Canoe Stickpin
By Carter Gough & Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed as a polished gold canoe Dimensional and at a jaunty angle With maker's mark for Carter Gough & Co. and stamped 14K Canoe Measures: Approx. 1/4 x 3/4 Inch Total Length:...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Brooches

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14k Gold, Yellow Gold

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Art Nouveau Stickpin For Sale on 1stDibs

Surely you’ll find the exact art nouveau stickpin you’re seeking on 1stDibs — we’ve got a vast assortment for sale. Each design created in this style — which was crafted with great care and often made from Gold, Yellow Gold and 14k Gold — can elevate any look. You’re likely to find the perfect art nouveau stickpin among the distinctive items we have available, which includes versions made as long ago as the 19th Century as well as those produced as recently as the 20th Century. An art nouveau stickpin from Carter Gough & Co., Riker Brothers and Krementz & Co — each of whom created a beautiful version of this treasured accessory — is worth considering. An art nouveau stickpin can make for a versatile accessory, but a selection from our variety of 27 Diamond versions can add an especially stylish touch. See these pages for an old european cut iteration of this accessory, while there are also round cut cut and oval cut cut versions available here, too. Finding an art nouveau stickpin for sale for women should be easy, but there are 80 pieces available to browse for unisex as well as men, too.

How Much is a Art Nouveau Stickpin?

Prices for an art nouveau stickpin can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, these accessories begin at $295 and can go as high as $4,000, while this accessory, on average, fetches $825.

A Close Look at Art Nouveau Jewelry

Art Nouveau — generally considered to have begun in the late 1800s and ended with the start of World War I — was a movement in the decorative arts that drew inspiration from natural forms, such as trees, flowers and, of course, the human figure. The three main themes present in Art Nouveau jewelry and watches were flora, fauna and women.

Art Nouveau, which reached its pinnacle in the year 1900, spawned from artists who rejected the historicism of their predecessors to create an entirely new visual vocabulary. As compared to Art Deco jewelry’s geometric patterns and sharp lines, the extravagant style of antique Art Nouveau jewelry is characterized by curvilinear forms and whiplash lines, vibrant materials and dramatic imagery.

The first art and design movement of the 20th century, Art Nouveau was also a reaction against the Industrial Revolution, and took its inspiration from the theories of the Symbolists, the art of the Pre-Raphaelites, the ideas of John Ruskin and his follower William Morris and, most importantly Japanese crafts. (The country was a fertile ground for inspiration after it was opened to the West in 1854.) The Art Nouveau style touched all manners of the arts, including the most exultant jewelry.

Nature was a favorite muse for artists going back to the 18th and 19th centuries, but in the hands of 20th-century artists, it was depicted in new ways. For example, a withering flower was considered just as beautiful as one in full bloom. Winged creatures, such as insects and birds, were also a popular subject. Dragonflies and butterflies were particular favorites because they morphed so dramatically in different life stages.

This was also a reference to women, whose role in society was evolving. It was not uncommon to see a piece of jewelry that would at once reference a woman as a winged creature (think René Lalique’s famous Dragonfly brooch, circa 1897–98, at the Gulbenkian Collection in Lisbon). However, just as women’s roles were ambiguous, so was their image, as the femmes nouvelle were simultaneously eroticized and romanticized.

In addition to Lalique, vital figures in Art Nouveau jewelry included Louis Comfort Tiffany in the United States, Vladimir Soloviev, who designed jewelry for Peter Carl Fabergé in Russia, Fuset Grau of Spain, Karl Rothmuller of Germany and Philippe Wolfers of Belgium.

Art Nouveau jewelers used every “canvas” imaginable, looking beyond brooches and necklaces to belt buckles, fans, tiaras, dog collars (a type of choker necklace), pocket watches, corsages and hair combs. Multicolored gems and enamel could complete this vision better than diamonds. Jewelers also favored pearls, particularly baroque pearls, for their large size and irregular shape. However, opal was the most popular stone — its iridescence harmonized perfectly with the enamel, and it could be carved into any shape. Art Nouveau jewelry was primarily set in yellow gold.

Find a range of antique Art Nouveau jewelry today on 1stDibs.

Finding the Right Brooches for You

Antique and vintage brooches, which are decorative jewels traditionally pinned to garments and used to fasten pieces of clothing together where needed, have seen increasing popularity in recent years.

Given their long history, brooches have expectedly taken on a variety of different shapes and forms over time, with jewelers turning to assorted methods of ornamentation for these accessories, including enameling and the integration of pearls and gemstones.

Cameo brooches that originated during the Victorian age are characterized by a shell carved in raised relief that feature portraits of a woman’s profile, while 19th-century micromosaic brooches, comprising innumerable individually placed glass fragments, sometimes feature miniature depictions of a pastoral scene in daily Roman life.

At one time, brooches were symbols of wealth, made primarily from the finest metals and showcasing exquisite precious gemstones. Today, these jewels are inclusive and universal, and you don’t have to travel very far to find an admirer of brooches. They can be richly geometric in form, such as the ornate diamond pins dating from the Art Deco era, or designer-specific, such as the celebrated naturalistic works created by Tiffany & Co., the milk glass and gold confections crafted by Trifari or handmade vintage Chanel brooches of silk or laminated sheer fabric.

Brooches are versatile and adaptable. These decorative accessories can be worn in your hair, on hats, scarves and on the lower point of V-neck clothing. Pin a dazzling brooch to the lapel of your blazer-and-tee combo or add a cluster of smaller pins to your overcoat. And while brooches have their place in “mourning jewelry,” in that a mourning brooch is representative of your connection to a lost loved one, they’re widely seen as romantic and symbolic of love, so much so that a hardcore brooch enthusiast might advocate for brooches to be worn over the heart.

Today, find a wide variety of antique and vintage brooches on 1stDibs, including gold brooches, sapphire brooches and more.