Art Nouveau Spray Earring

Adapted from a ca. 1902 design by Jean Baptiste Saint-Yves, French (active 1898-1909)
The Kreuzer Collection, The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

This jewelry is adapted from a belt buckle, a functional decoration that enjoyed popularity during the Art Nouveau period (1890-1914) for its ability to showcase the flowing lines and nature-inspired subjects of the style. It also added instant flair to any woman’s wardrobe.
Proceeds from the sale of this product support the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

Materials: Pewter with gold finish, faux pearls. Post earring.
Height 3/4"

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