Story

Dating back to the late 15th to early 16th century open heart shaped brooches were often given at engagements and weddings as tokens of love and esteem. Originally known as a witch's heart, this type of variation on the open heart brooch has the bottom point angled to the left or the right and brought with it the implication that the giver had become “bewitched to fall in love” with the recipient.

And bewitched you will become with this petite 14k yellow gold witch’s heart. Hand crafted by the famous American Art Nouveau jewelry manufacturer Krementz & Co., this charming open heart is overlaid with the emblematic Fleur de Lys motif with a central pearl. A classic floral design of blue and white enamel ornaments the textured surface of this circa 1900 brooch.

Item 12944

Krementz & Co. Fleur de Lys Heart Brooch

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Measurements: Length is 3/4 of an inch at the longest (1.89 cm) and width of 11/16 inches (1.7 cm). Weight of 1.8 grams (1.2 dwt).

Hallmarks: 14k and the Krementz mark.

Condition: Excellent.

Date & Origin: Circa 1900. American in origin.

Story

Dating back to the late 15th to early 16th century open heart shaped brooches were often given at engagements and weddings as tokens of love and esteem. Originally known as a witch's heart, this type of variation on the open heart brooch has the bottom point angled to the left or the right and brought with it the implication that the giver had become “bewitched to fall in love” with the recipient.

And bewitched you will become with this petite 14k yellow gold witch’s heart. Hand crafted by the famous American Art Nouveau jewelry manufacturer Krementz & Co., this charming open heart is overlaid with the emblematic Fleur de Lys motif with a central pearl. A classic floral design of blue and white enamel ornaments the textured surface of this circa 1900 brooch.

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