Art Nouveau era pendant with a high quality faceted citrine set in a 14 karat gold scalloped frame decorated with flowers and scroll work. This pendant was converted from an antique brooch. Citrine is a birthstone for November. It’s also recognized as the gem that commemorates the thirteenth anniversary. American, circa 1900. The original brooch was made by The Brassler Company. Hans Brassler was an American Art Nouveau era jeweler based out of Newark, NJ. The Brassler Company is best known for creating imaginative pins and brooches and fine colored stone jewelry.

Item # ED91715-3

Brassler Company Fine Citrine & Pearl Pendant

  • Metal- 14 karat gold
    Weight- 9.24 grams
    Gemstones- one 21 x 13 mm fine, honey colored faceted citrine, approximately 13.5 carats
    Pearls- eight 2.4 mm natural pearls
    Size- 1.48 x 1.13 inches
    Details- decorated with flowers, scroll work and a beautiful scalloped frame
    Comments- this pendant was converted from a antique brooch (see photos), there is a bit of loss of the original "bloom" finish on the back edges due to the conversion process
    Condition- good antique condition