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The most prominent decorative style of jewel box during the early 1900s was Art Nouveau, a romantic style noted for its flowing, asymmetrical lines, with motifs relating to nature. Most today associate Art Nouveau with graceful nymph-like young women, but floral motifs held a major place in the American Nouveau jewelry box world. the Language of Flowers was a popular concept during the Victorian Period. so, floral sentiments were reflected in the Nouveau style on jewelry boxes.

I wish I had room for more pictures but we will make do. This is a solid bronze "Jewelry Casket" made in Vienna in the 1950's from the original early 1900's Art Nouveau piece . Hand made of solid bronze in the lost wax method. It weighs close to 3 pounds. The details are flawless and this whimsical piece is signed by the artist 'Milo" The interior of the casket has long since vanished due to time but some satin or velvet cushions (top and bottom) would be apropos.

Length 7 inches, Height 5 inches, width 3.5 inches.

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Jewelry Casket, Hand Made Bronze Sculpture,Victorian Style made in Vienna 1950's, Stunningly Beautiful

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: Victorian Art Nouveau Jewelry Casket, Art Nouveau Bronze Sculpture, Jewelry Box, Antique Jewelry Box, Bronze Jewelry Casket, Bronze Jewelry Box, Trinket Box, Lost Wax Casting, Victorian, Art Nouveau, Bronze, Art Nouveau Bronze, VIenna
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