Flowers that do not wilt

Graceful vintage brooch with sapphires in gold, around 1965

Flower motifs have been extremely popular in jewelry design throughout the centuries. Just like a carefully arranged bouquet, they could be an expression of affection and love – but unlike their organic cousins, they never wilted. Each era has used floral designs and, of course, they varied according to the tastes of the time. Thus, the present brooch is part of a long tradition. The piece is made of high karat gold and designed as a small bouquet of flowers. The large leaves are made of yellow gold with an interesting surface structure. The two flowers, on the other hand, are made of white gold and decorated with natural sapphires. The brooch, which was made in the 1960s, is very well preserved and a beautiful find for those who love flowers - and not least a wonderful gift. It came to us from Bonn.

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We want you to be 100% satisfied! That’s why we examine, describe and photograph all our jewellery with the utmost care.

If for any reason you are still not satisfied, contact us and we will find a mutual solution immediately. Regardless, you can return any item within 30 days and we will refund you the full purchase price.