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Japanese Art Deco comb. Taisho Era (1912-1926).  The Creative Museum

Japanese Art Deco comb. Taisho Era (1912-1926). The Creative Museum

An Art Deco tortoiseshell and pearl hair ornament, by Mikimoto. The tortoiseshell carved with a peony leaf motif set with pearls of various sizes. A similar design is illustrated in Mikimoto's 'Pearls' catalogue No.42, circa 1925, and according to the description, the base of the leaves were embellished with platinum and diamonds.  #Mikimoto #ArtDeco #HairOrnament

An Art Deco tortoiseshell and pearl hair ornament, by Mikimoto. The tortoiseshell carved with a peony leaf motif set with pearls of various sizes. A similar design is illustrated in Mikimoto's 'Pearls' catalogue No.42, circa 1925, and according to the description, the base of the leaves were embellished with platinum and diamonds. #Mikimoto #ArtDeco #HairOrnament

Lovely example of Art Nouveau ornament, made out of painted horn. The cicada has been riveted on the blossoming background. - Creative Museum

Lovely example of Art Nouveau ornament, made out of painted horn. The cicada has been riveted on the blossoming background. - Creative Museum

Antique ume coral and pearl kanzashi

Antique ume coral and pearl kanzashi

Japanese fish motif comb from the Taisho Era (1912-1926). "Fish made of metal cut very thinly against the light, in a superb game of transparency. The eye of the fish is raised gold." | The Creative Museum

Japanese fish motif comb from the Taisho Era (1912-1926). "Fish made of metal cut very thinly against the light, in a superb game of transparency. The eye of the fish is raised gold." | The Creative Museum

Japanese Mother of Pearl Hairpin, ca. Showa period (December 25, 1926, through January 7, 1989.)

Japanese Mother of Pearl Hairpin, ca. Showa period (December 25, 1926, through January 7, 1989.)

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