An Art Nouveau enamel and pearl brooch, by Alfred Phillips, circa 1895. The two pink enamel scallop shells, each centred with a 3.2mm pearl, between two leaping fish set with blue, red and white enamel, maker's mark AP.
Fish brooch, unique piece of jewellery. Needle felting and wet felting techniques have been combined to create this little fish. It is made of pure animal wool and bamboo fibre: white, beige, brown, blue, black. Size: approximately 3.75x21.75 inches (10x4.5cm) I POST ALL MY ITEMS BY SIGNED/TRACKED DELIVERY. PLEASE READ THE POLICY INFORMATION BEFORE PURCHASING. MY CREATIONS ARE NOT TOYS, PLEASE KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. FOR USE AS A DECORATION/JEWELLERY ONLY. Thank you for…
Like other MB Boucher pieces in 1941 marked Pat Pend, no patent was issued. Brunialti, American Costume Jewelry - Art and Industry (2008) Vol 1 pp 47-61, part of the 1941 metallic enamel series, designer Marcel Boucher.:
Diamond, Multi-Color Sapphire, Ruby, Tsavorite Garnet, White Gold Necklace
Painted Enamel - RUTH BALL > Enamel Design - I love everything about this piece!