SOLD--Incredible Marcel Boucher Enamel Carnation Brooch c. 1941
THIS PIECE HAS BEEN SOLD.
This is another massive and gorgeous unsigned Marcel Boucher brooch from the same collector as the corn cob brooch that we have here on the site, circa 1941. Boucher produced a series of metallic enamel pieces in the 1940's that rivaled the finest jewelry in design and craftsmanship. Motifs were natural and included flowers, birds, fish, insects, fruits and vegetables. Highly collectible and sought after, these pieces are getting harder to find as they disappear into the private collections of jewelry aficionados. Boucher elevated costume jewelry to an art form and we're lucky to have such beautiful pieces here at the store!
Measuring almost 4.5" in length x 2" width and heavy, weighing 64 grams. Silver plate with enamel and old cut crystals. Unsigned but unmistakably Boucher. Small enamel loss to one area on the petal. All stones present and most likely original. Pin back original and in good working condition.