22 May 2014

Flower Fever

With spring in full bloom we have been feeling spellbound. Flowers inspire all areas of life and are used to adorn almost everything: jewellery, hair, clothing, home decor, to name a few. Not surprisingly floral prints and motifs are back in fashion this spring and floral inspired jewellery is always a popular choice.

Flower-mania has hit Grays, and here are some of our favourite pieces:

George Hunt Arts & Crafts enamel brooch signed 1923. 
Offered by Van Den Bosch

George Hunt Arts & Crafts enamel brooch signed 1923. 
Offered by Van Den Bosch

1960s brooch set with violet nephrite, amethyst and diamond. 
Offered by Michael Longmore


Dorrie Nessiter Arts & Crafts brooch set with moonstone and blue zircon, 
circa 1930s. Offered by Van Den Bosch


1950s plique a jour carved amethyst brooch set in 18ct gold.
Offered by Antique Jewellery Company 


1950s diamond, sapphire and ruby gold basket brooch.
Offered by Michael Longmore

 Emerald, ruby and diamond basket brooch set in platinum, circa 1920-1930.
Offered by Antique Jewellery Company



 1920s carved coral and diamond ring. Offered by Bellum Antiques


 Chinese famille rose saucer dish, Yongzheng (1723-35).
Offered by Guest and Gray


Porcelain lidded container, circa 1900. Offered by R.G. Grahame


Silver and enamel compact, circa 1930s. Offered by Evonne Antiques


1950s cream satin hand painted Waldy handbag.
Offered by Vintage Modes


1920s clutch bag with faux coral and turquoise detail. 
Offered by Vintage Modes.


Bruce Oldfield silk dress with matching bolero.
Offered by Vintage Modes


Bellville Sassoon strapless cocktail dress.
Offered by Vintage Modes


For more of this flower-fever visit www.graysantiques.com

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