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London 1860 from the firm of John Brogden

London 1860 from the firm of John Brogden

Six separate jewellery designs, by John Brogden. London, England, 19th century

From British jeweller John Brogden, a design for a pearl and blue enamel floral parure, Image courtesy f the V&A

This design for a jewellery set is from an album of designs produced for the firm of John Brogden (1864-1884).    This album contains 1,593 designs for jewellery and goldsmith's work, mainly in colour and dating between 1848 and 1884. Designs such as these demonstrate the diversity of the jewellery produced by the Brogden firm.

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This design for a jewellery set is from an album of designs produced for the firm of John Brogden

another John Brogden design, showing stylistic similarities with the previous pin, and using multiple foliate fronds with flower-heads and lozenge-shaped gemstones.

another John Brogden design, showing stylistic similarities with the previous pin, and using multiple foliate fronds with flower-heads and lozenge-shaped gemstones.

No. 2. (Brooch) | Firm of John Brogden | V&A Search the Collections

No. 2. (Brooch)

(Brooch) (Design) by Firm of John Brogden, ca Design for jewellery, by the firm of John Brogden, about Museum Number

Design of a Diadem:  Drawings, Watercolour and gouache, 36.5x45 cm Origin: Russia, 1903, Firm 'Friedrich Butz' Album: Designs for the competition ''Headdress Decorated with Emeralds'', 1903-1904 Source of entry: State Museum of Ethnography of the Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad, 1941

Design of a Diadem -

From 1903 a diamond and emerald floral tiara sketch by Russian jeweler Frederick Butz. With two diamond foliate fronds, set with two emerald-cut emeralds apiece, linked by a bow motif beneath a diamond wreath with two more emerald-cut emeralds

15 kt yellow gold seed pearl bracelet by Castellani, a firm that specialized in reproductions of ancient jewelry techniques.  Granulation (the small dots of gold) is a very difficult technique. The Etruscans were masters of granulation, and it took later jewelers a long time to figure out their methods.

dreamsofsilverandgold: “ 15 kt yellow gold seed pearl bracelet by Castellani, a firm that specialized in reproductions of ancient jewelry techniques. Granulation (the small dots of gold) is a very difficult technique. The Etruscans were masters of.

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