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ik heb een broch met op de spelt de letters DRGM.ik stuur u hierbij een foto, dat lukt niet het is een soort jugend steelmet een groene steen
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Emmy Zitman van loon, Sun, 11 Sep 2011 7:35AM
beautiful stuff
i have found an interesting pendant by karl karst which you don't have in your collection, at the moment i don't have a picture of it but if you are interested in seeing it, let me know and i will send it to you
thank you
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Tatiana, Sun, 13 Sep 2009 3:05PM
Hello,

I love all of the pieces.  My favorites are the beaded rainbow necklace and the bracelet with the glass enamel and carnelian glass beads in the center.

I found this site while looking for information on GES. GESCH signed pieces.
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Terri, Sun, 19 Jul 2009 11:50PM
useful info on Perli
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ray shaw, Sat, 23 Feb 2008 3:26AM
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[Sold] Splendid paste and sterling German Deco necklace.  It has paste set baguettes and rounds with a central green stone.  The chain is sterling links with baguettes and rounds and has several hidden spring-loaded clasps that allow the chain to be turned into a necklace and bracelet.

The marks are very interesting.  Both pendant and chain are stamped Germany Sterling 935 and there are two other marks--one has the letters KP set at an angle and the other has a central Star of David with the letters E G on either side.  I have not been able to find any information on these marks.


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Back of necklace.

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To view more Fahrner pieces, go to my album labeled Fahrner by using the pull-dowm menu at the top of the page.  Or you can get to it by entering www.imageevent.com/bluboi/fahrner

Theodor Fahrner Art Nouveau brooch, circa 1902-1903 sterling with turquoise stones.  Designed by Max Joseph Gradl.  Similar brooch shown on page 96 in Theodor Fahrner Jewelry.


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German Art Deco red and black bakelite and chrome necklace.  Marked with ges. gesch and G in a diamond, the Henkel and Grosse mark used until 1938.  See Moro, European Designer Jewelry pg 129 for more pictures.

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OK, I'm cheating as this is from Austria....  Wiener Werkstatte necklace, circa 1910-1912 (according to Ginger Moro). Made of the most incredibly tiny glass conterie seed beads in this intricate pattern.  Clasp is hidden behind the beaded "cap."  Approximately 46" long when unclasped.

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Deco basket necklace, with onyx, lapis, carnelian and chrysoprase stones and bead-set marcasites.  Chain is made of small silver plaques finished with marcasites set on each side.  Signed Germany Sterling.

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German Deco-style necklace of pale green bakelite, chrome and channel set rhinestones.  Some of the rhinestones have grayed.  Marked Patented D.R.G. M. 4438525 on one of the chrome pieces.  According to Moro, page 133, DRGM was a German patent mark (meaning Deutsches Reich Geschmacksmuster) and was used on both jewelry or applied to technical inventions.  It was used until 1945.  Thus, the mark could refer to the chrome strips with rhinestones.

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Back of necklace.

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Garman Deco necklace and bracelet, this time of articulated strips of black bakelite, chrome and channel-set rhinestones.  The bracelet links are pyramid-shaped.  The hinges do not show when the pieces are flexed.  Both stamped D.R.G.M. and 1138 525 Patented.

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Back of necklace and bracelet.

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Probable German bracelet marked Sterling.  Chalcedony stones with marcasites.

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Necklace and two bracelets of clear faceted crystals, set in sterling.  Clasp on the 3-strand bracelet is marked Germany Sterling.  The other clasps are marked Sterling.

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A wonderful pin of a fishing village, with an amber stone. Stamped DRGM 835 and with a maker's mark of oKo with a half arc connecting the bottoms of the o's.  (I bought this from JCer Cindy Christensen whose pictures are being used.)

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Back of pin showing mark.

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[Sold] langani necklace and earrings of glass.  The black bead is on the left, just above the first cluster of flowers/leaves.  All signed langani.  The black bead was introduced in 1958.

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[Sold] langani necklace in shades of blue.  You can see the black bead on the left side in a cluster of the cobalt blue beads.

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[Sold] langani necklace and earrings in pastel shades.  Again, black bead is on the left, slightly hidden, just above two adjacent blue beads.

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langani signatures and paper tag.

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Perli (attributed) enamel bubble bracelet
Circa WWII-era

Matte cloisonné enamel with black background and red and white circles.  Back is a dark gray enamel.  No marks but clasp is consistent with other Perli bracelets shown in Moro.

"The Perli-Werkstatt, founded in 1922 was known for metalwork, either unadorned or of cloisonné enamel, matte or translucent.  The enamel designs were Thirties moderne, using circles or rectangles of alternating colors.  The reverse side was usually a glossy black enamel, overstamped with "Made in Germany" in white."  Ginger Moro, European Designer jewelry, p 128.


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German matte enamel bracelet by Sigrid Gottstein of Scholz and Lammel (signed with a handwritten S in a circle on the enamel back).  Circa 1960.

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German sterling and coral bracelet, circa 1950s.

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Close-up of bracelet.

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Chrome and enamel link necklace
Jakob Bengel
Circa 1933

Flexible chain link mesh necklace, unlike the typical tiled Bengel pieces.  Similar style chain on page 258 of Art Deco Schumuck by Chritianne Weber.


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Close-up of the chain mesh links.

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[Sold] Edwardian sterling and paste pendant marked KP in a shield.

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Galalith and chrome
1920s-1930s

Rare red and black galalith with
chrome links necklace by Henkel and Grosse.

Jakob Bengal red and black bakelite and chrome link bracelet.


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Jakob Bengal
German
1930s

Red enamel and plated chrome
"brickwork" necklace and bracelet.


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Kollmar and Jourdan bracelet
1930s

Enameled plaques with coral glass stones set in silver gilt metal.


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Kollmar and Jourdan
Enamel and rhinestone bracelet
1930s

According to Ginger Moro's book,
European Designer Jewelry, p 128:  
"Kollmar & Jourdan in Pforzheim was
another firm which manufactured
dramatic geometric enamelled
jewelry in the Thirties, although
the metal foundation was silver or
silver-gilt, not copper.  A large
factory, established in 1885, it
closed its doors in 1977.

Bracelet is marked with KJAG,
German marks and "Gold Shell."  
According to Caroline Sunday:  Gold
shell means that the bracelet is
made from actual sheets of solid
gold heat processed onto metal,
more gold content than gold plate
(cold processed plating), more than
gold filled (heat processed
layering), but not as much as solid
gold (which is gold all the way
through). Not a lot of gold shell
pieces are out there. It is a very
common process for watches though.
For instance,...


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German Deco ring, onyx, carnelian and
marcasites.


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Another view of ring.

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Possible Bengal necklace with overlapping circles of chrome painted with black enamel.  See page 186 of Art Deco Schmuck for a similar example.

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Chrome and galalith bracelet.
Jakob Bengal
1933 collection

See page 252 in Art Deco Schmuck.


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Chrome and galalith necklace
Jakob Bengal


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Art Nouveau Plique a Jour pin
Levinger & Bissinger
Circa 1900

900 silver plique a jour and pink stone pin signed HL Depose 900.

Heinrich Levinger, while not as well-known as Fahrner, was another Pforzheim, Germany firm of jewelers founded during the 19th century by Heinrich Levinger who dies in 1899).  In 1903, the firm was renamed Levinger und Bissinger, but reverted to the name of Heinrich Levinger in 1909.  They produced Jugendstil designs and are noted for stylized organic forms in plique a jour enamel and silver.  They alos executed designs by the Viennese designer Otto Prutscher (1880-1949).


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Karl Karst
circa 1910

Art Nouveau necklace by Karl Karst, a jewelry designer at Pforzheim.  Hammered silver "petals" each with a mother-of-pearl button and a large central stone of lapis lazuli.  Marked Karst 800.


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Back of necklace.

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Cloisonne enamel bracelet in copper tones
German
William Leyser (marked WL)


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Cloisonne enamel ring in green and brown tones, some pitting to the enamel

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Cloisonne enamel ring in pink tones
German
Scholtz & Lammel (marked S)


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German matte enamel bracelet with autumn leaves
Circa 1960


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German matte enamel bracelet with fish
Perli
Circa 1960


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German gold and black checked enamel bracelet
WL Wilhelm
Circa 1960


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German white and black checked enamel bracelet
WL Wilhelm
Circa 1960


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German checked enamel bracelets
WL Wilhelm
Circa 1960


 
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