- A fine set of six 18 karat yellow gold and guilloche enamel buttons from the Art Nouveau period by Boucheron. Highly decorated with a carved floral centre surrounded by beading, followed by a section of attractive translucent enamel on a wavy background and finally, an edging of further beading with scroll decoration. The rings on the reverse are stamped with the French eagles head together with the makers initials G.D for Germain Desbazeille, a designer for Boucheron of Paris. Fitted in their original Boucheron of Paris case. In excellent condition.
- Measures 13mm across.
- Antique piece (over 100 years old).
- Turn of the 20th century, French circa 1900.
Central London based retailer.
Stock no. 1953