Art Nouveau Carved Horn Wings Brooch
An Jewellery made in the Art Nouveau era (1890-1915). brooch which is composed of horn and a A polished, not faceted, dome shaped stone - either round or oval with a flat polished base, primarily used as a cut for phenomenal stones such as cat's eyes and stars.
piece of A semi-precious stone that ranges in colour. Translucent jade is more highly valued than opaque jade. Jade is often cabochon cut. Stones with imperfections are usually carved. Two different minerals are known as jade: jadeite and nephrite. The Chinese have prized jade for thousands of years and regard it as having medicinal properties when worn or ingested a... More. It was most likely made in France.
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