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Although the peacock motif was initially associated with Art & Crafts designer Charles Ashbee, Louis Tiffany incorporated the design into any number of his pieces well into the era of Art Deco.

This Art Deco brooch of a stylized peacock clearly displays why the bird is used to symbolize beauty and dignity. Crafted in silver with feathers ornamented with colorful paste stones of bright green, iridescent blue, amber, old gold and clear, the head and neck have been richly enameled with deep colors of Tiffany blue-green, old gold and a three-pronged red crest atop its head. The body sparkles with a pavé of iridescent blue pastes and little silver bird legs pop right out. Express yourself with this display of vibrant color.

Item 12239

Art Deco Peacock Paste Brooch

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Measurements: 1-7/16 inches (3.6 cm) in length by 1-5/8 inches (4.1 cm) in width. Weight of 17.5 grams (11.2 dwt).

Hallmarks: 935; maker’s mark “JT”.

Condition: Excellent

Date & Origin: Circa 1920 and is American in origin.

Overall Scale: Medium

Story

Although the peacock motif was initially associated with Art & Crafts designer Charles Ashbee, Louis Tiffany incorporated the design into any number of his pieces well into the era of Art Deco.

This Art Deco brooch of a stylized peacock clearly displays why the bird is used to symbolize beauty and dignity. Crafted in silver with feathers ornamented with colorful paste stones of bright green, iridescent blue, amber, old gold and clear, the head and neck have been richly enameled with deep colors of Tiffany blue-green, old gold and a three-pronged red crest atop its head. The body sparkles with a pavé of iridescent blue pastes and little silver bird legs pop right out. Express yourself with this display of vibrant color.

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