Brandt, Paul Emile

Art Nouveau Gold and Pink Sapphire Ring c.1906

A striking Art Nouveau gold and pink sapphire ring by Paul Emile Brandt 1906, designed as a naturalistic open-work panel in yellow gold formed of branches and foliate motifs set vertically to the centre with one oval and one rounded pear shape pink sapphire, the frame embellished with old and rose cut diamonds, with split shoulders and a double row shank.


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Gemstones and Other Materials2 x pink sapphires estimated to weigh a combined total of approximately 3.9cts 8 x old and rose-cut diamonds estimated to weigh a combined total of approximately 0.08cts
Condition ReportVery fine
SettingYellow gold signed P. Brandt 1906
Weight description14.8 grams
DimensionsUK finger size L, US size 6

Literature & Exhibitions

Very similar rings are featured in L'art Décoratif aux Salons de 1906, Premiere Serie, ed. Armand Guerinet, Paris.

Brandt, Paul Emile

Best remembered for his bold and innovative Art Nouveau and Art Deco designs, Paul-Emile Brandt was a leading figure of the Art Moderne movement along with contemporaries such as Després and Templier.

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