This pin is an absolute eye-catcher with a sporty shirt as well as with traditional costume. A great craftsmanship of saw work and applied silver elements with 15 coral boutons from the late art nouveau.
Disc-shaped silver brooch (stamped 800) with corals from around 1915.
The large shield is framed by a chased pearl pattern. The partly sawn out inner surface is adorned by a wreath of 14 flower-shaped bent sleeves, in which red coral cabochons are set. The central motif is a large flower symmetrically composed of silver beads and bent silver wire. A single, larger coral cabochon sits raised in its centre.
The pin is secured with a ball clasp.
Condition: Very good condition with slight signs of wear
Material: Silver 800
Stone sizes: Diameter 0.4 and 0.6 cm
Brooch size: Diameter 4.4 cm
Weight: 11.6 g