Story

The technique of guilloché creates an interesting and beautiful decoration to the surface of a piece of jewelry. The deep engine turned engravings provide additional layers of visual and a textural interest to the item.

A sterling silver double box locket circa 1910 delights the eye with its floral imagery. Enamel in shades of opalescent pearl, rose pink, sienna and black color a tableau which features a wicker basket brimming with a trio of pink rose blossoms and leaves under a heraldic banner of black enamel ornamented with a garland of matching pink roses. The properties of the translucent enamel allow the pattern of engravings to be viewed as an ornate backdrop for the botanical design.

Item 13175

Basket of Roses - Silver Enamel Locket

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Measurements: 1-1/4 inches (3.2 cm) in length by 1-1/4 inches (3.2 cm) in width. Weight of 13.6 grams (8.7 dwt).

Hallmarks: Sterling silver on top "O" fitting.

Condition: Excellent; a bit of wear to top "O" fittings. New plastic inserts for photographs.

Date: Circa 1910.

Story

The technique of guilloché creates an interesting and beautiful decoration to the surface of a piece of jewelry. The deep engine turned engravings provide additional layers of visual and a textural interest to the item.

A sterling silver double box locket circa 1910 delights the eye with its floral imagery. Enamel in shades of opalescent pearl, rose pink, sienna and black color a tableau which features a wicker basket brimming with a trio of pink rose blossoms and leaves under a heraldic banner of black enamel ornamented with a garland of matching pink roses. The properties of the translucent enamel allow the pattern of engravings to be viewed as an ornate backdrop for the botanical design.