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Art Deco Sterling Enamel Brooch Pin with Marcasite - UNCAS Palms & Bird Patent 1938

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Splendid beauty from the Art Deco period! Vivid enamel. Detailed. Accented by a ring of marcasite. Wow!

Patented in 1938 by Uncas, the pin is referred to as the Palm and Birds brooch and was designed by Nicolas Berbieri.

Marked sterling on the back, along with patent number, this enchanting pin has it all. Two palm trees play host to two lovely feathery birds. The palm trees come alive with the green enamel fronds. Each trunk has marcasite climbing up.

Below two birds sit. With delicate feathers are emphasized with soft yellow and sable brown enamel. The birds are sitting on leaves which are set with marcasite.

The oval completing the pin is all marcasite. The marcasite set in sterling does make the pin sparkle like diamonds.

Condition wonderful. The enamel appears to be perfect. All marcasite are present. Back is marked sterling.

Pin measures 1 3/4" round.

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Art Deco Sterling Enamel Brooch Pin with Marcasite - UNCAS Palms & Bird Patent 1938

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: Silver
  • Can be personalized: No
  • Style: Art nouveau
  • Favorited by: 24 people
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