Authentic Circa 1910 Hand Crafted Tiffany & Co. Art Nouveau Grape Leaf Brooch which has been up-cycled for modern style and converted to a necklace.

This brooch has not been modified in anyway except having the beads strung onto it to convert it to a pendant.

The pastel colors are beautifully in tact. The green enamel fades in and out and draws your eye to the pinkish lavender pearls. The pearls are on articulated and riveted gold stems.

It is such a beautiful statement.

It can easily be converted back to a brooch if that is to your liking. There is also a loop in the back that can make it a pendant/brooch for versatility.

Pearls
Type: 11 Fresh Water Pearls
Shape: Baroque
Color: Pinkish Lavender
Blemishes: noticeable
Measurements: 3 x 5 mm

Chain - New
Length: 16"
Style: Bead with 3 mm Peridot beads and freshwater pearls
Clasp: 14k yellow gold bead clasp

Dimensions: 41.7 x 51.2 mm
Metal: 14k gold
Markings: 14K TIFFANY & CO.
Circa: 1910
Condition Rating: 9 (enamel is in excellent condition, brooch is in original condition and beads were recently strung on it to convert it to a necklace, can be removed easily back to a brooch)

Antique Tiffany & Co. Necklace Circa 1910 Art Nouveau with Grape Vine

SKU: BB1045A
$3,000.00Price
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