Story

Well proportioned and nicely sized, this turn-of-the-twentieth century 14k yellow gold brooch displays a popular motif of the times – that of a crescent moon. A classic icon from the lands of ancient Arabian nights, this moon image remains with us to this very day. Enhanced with daisy flowers and forget-me-nots, white and blue enamel brightens up every golden surface. Delicately detailed, please note the double green enamel leaves at each end.

Date: Circa 1900.

Item 15467

Edwardian Crescent Moon Floral Brooch

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Measurements: 1-3/8 inches (3.5 cm) in length by 1-3/8 inches (3.5 cm) in width. Weight of 5.9 grams (3.8 dwt).

Condition: Excellent; minute wear to enamel with a few spots visible with magnification.

Origin: Most likely American.

Story

Well proportioned and nicely sized, this turn-of-the-twentieth century 14k yellow gold brooch displays a popular motif of the times – that of a crescent moon. A classic icon from the lands of ancient Arabian nights, this moon image remains with us to this very day. Enhanced with daisy flowers and forget-me-nots, white and blue enamel brightens up every golden surface. Delicately detailed, please note the double green enamel leaves at each end.

Date: Circa 1900.