Art Nouveau Medallion Brooch en Habille, by Vernier
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Although usually attributed to cameo portraits, en habille (the French term for being dressed), aptly describes this exquisitely hand-finished pin, by renowned medalist Émile Séraphin Vernier*, which highlights an Art Nouveau beauty "dressed" with a necklace of twinkling rose-cut diamonds, set against a background adorned on each side with a diamond-centered flower. Die-struck in warmly burnished 18K yellow gold, it measures 1 3/8 inches by 1 3/16 inches.

*Émile Séraphin Vernier was a medalist who participated in most of the exhibitions in the late 1800s. He was one of the first artists to re-imagine medals as jewelry.

Item Number 50-1-10669
Materials:
18 Karat Yellow Gold
Length:
1 3/16 Inch
Width:
1 3/8 Inch
Height:
1/16 Inch
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Gemstone Details Gemstone Details
8 Rose Cut Diamonds
Carat Weight: 0.10 carat
Color: J-M-N
Clarity: SI
Total Diamond Carat Weight: 0.10

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