Antique jewelry for women from our inventory
The "Goldstadt" Pforzheim was already around 1800 with 900 jewelery factories in Baden and was considered the most important jewelery center in the world. There was also the first trade school in the world (goldsmith school). The city supplied the coveted jewelery to the near and far abroad. Even today 80% of the jewelry exported from Germany comes from Pforzheim.
Magnificent Art Nouveau brooch from the jewelry city of Pforzheim. Transverse rectangular shape with rounded corners, a transverse oval carnelian cabochon is mounted in the center of an adjoining frame. Edge with enamelled, white inlay. Reverse with simple paperback. Marked, designed by Karl Hermann, manufactured in the Hermann & Speck jewelry factory in Pforzheim, around 1910.
Unique, made by hand.
Dimensions & details
- silver 900 / -
- Weight 8.93 g
- 3.2 x 2.8 cm
- Condition: very good