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Skonvirke Art Nouveau Hair Comb Silver and Faux Tortoiseshell - Danish Nouvea/Arts and Crafts

Skonvirke Art Nouveau Hair Comb Silver and Faux Tortoiseshell - Danish Nouvea/Arts and Crafts

Set of 19th Century Gold & tortoise shell combs

Antique Tortoise Shell Hair Comb Set in Box, Gold Mounted

22 KT Gold Art Nouveau Antique Faux Tortoise Shell Rhinestone Hair Comb

22 KT Gold Art Nouveau Antique Faux Tortoise Shell Rhinestone Hair Comb

Paul Vever (1851 – 1915) and Henri Vever (1854 – 1942) for Maison Vever, after design by Eugène Samuel Grasset (1841–1917) Swan and Lily Pin, ca. 1900 .Ivory, gold, and enamel, Petit Palais, Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris

'Swan and Lily' comb designed by Eugène Samuel Grasset and created by Paul Vever and Henri Vever for Maison Vever, ca.

Henri Hamm. Comb, 1904. 15.8 x 12.8 cm. Horn, gold-bordered opal. Marked: H. HAMM.Hoffmann, Der Moderne Stil, S. 434. Sold at auction in 2006

Henri Hamm. Comb, 1904. 15.8 x 12.8 cm. Horn, gold-bordered opal. Marked: H. HAMM.Hoffmann, Der Moderne Stil, S. 434. Sold at auction in 2006

The so called "Moorish" or "Algerian" influence was manifested in the use of pseudo-oriental and Islamic motifs, and the use of dangling and curiously shaped pendants, looped chains beads and tassels on combs and hairpins during the mid Victorian period. This one is made of silver with dangling tassels at the sides. Ruby Lane, the Spanish Comb

The so called "Moorish" or "Algerian" influence was manifested in the use of pseudo-oriental and Islamic motifs, and the use of dangling and curiously shaped pendants, looped chains beads and tassels on combs and hairpins during the mid Victorian period.

Art Nouveau Hair Comb...Pique Cloute Decoration

American Metalcraft BZZ95B Rectangular Wire Zorro Baskets, Small, Black

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Rene Lalique: hair comb depicts leaves in horn, from which emerge pink enameled flowers with black stamens.

Art Nouveau Jewelry

Pictures of Art Nouveau jewelry including designs by French decorative artist Paul Follot.

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