Vintage Bug Jewelry
Vintage jewelry is fun and often gorgeous and many of us have a unique fondness for this type of jewelry in bug form
GARNET AND DIAMOND BROOCH, 1870S Designed as a repoussé work disk around a central bee motif, set with cabochon garnets and rose diamonds, suspending an articulated fringe, glass compartment to reverse.
Haarkam in de vorm van twee libellen, Lucien Gaillard, ca. 1904
MIRIAM HASKELL Prototype 'Bee Swarm' Bib 1965 | 1stdibs.com
The Dutch royal family has a prodigious collection of jeweled insect brooches.
Moonstone spider brooch with ruby eyes. Circa 1910-1915.
1920's FRENCH BEETLE CLIP
1920's FRENCH BEETLE CLIP | 1stdibs.com
VICTORIAN SCARAB BEETLE PARURE, To be offered on June 7 at Michaan's Auctions #victorian #jewelry #scarab #michaans http://www.michaans.com/events/2013/auct_06072013.php Insect Jewleri, Victorian Insect, Beetl Parur, Scarab Beetl, Victorian Scarab, Scarab Jewelri, Victorian Jewelri, Beetles, Dung Beetl
An antique gem-set butterfly brooch Modelled as a butterfly, the pierced outstretched wings set with single-cut diamonds and circular-cut sapphires, the body designed as a ruby and sapphire cluster, to the emerald eye and ruby head detail, mounted in silver and gold, rubies approximately 3.00 carats total, sapphires approximately 1.00 carat total, width 4.5cm