Enamel and diamond 'Dragonfly' brooch, circa 1900. Modelled as a dragonfly, the wings composed of plique-à-jour enamel in shades of blue and green, trimmed by rose-cut diamonds, the body designed as a line of circular-cut diamonds, to a green enamel head, the diamonds together weighing approximately 2.40 carats, mounted in 10 karat white and yellow gold. #ArtNouveau #brooch
Art Deco 1940s Bakelite handbag, shaped like a pear, features a catalin Bakelite body sometimes known as phenolic in a toffee caramel color. To the center is a suede oval (both sides) with brass clasp and trim. Via deco-world.co.uk/.