Hans Brassler Stickpin
| A small pearl floats above rippling, concentric
triangles (or teardrops) reminiscent of the ripples of a small
pebble falling into a quiet pond. This geometrically
striking stickpin was created by Hans Brassler in 14kt gold,
Hans Brassler was a jeweler who in the early 1900s found
inspiration in a wide variety of cultures, historical periods
and styles. He was adventuress in imaginatively marrying
design elements reflecting an eclectic variety of
sources. Hints of Art Nouveau, British Arts &
Crafts, Neoclassical and Art Deco design can often be
This stickpin is beautifully crafted with a solid gold back and sturdy gold pin. (see photo below) The maker's mark of the Brassler workshop, an oval enclosing "14B", is stamped on the upper left side of the pin stem.
To learn more about Hans Brassler and the wonderful jewels he created, please enjoy reading the article The Extraordinary Stickpins of Hans Brassler. Additional examples of Brassler's work can be found in the Antique Stickpin and the Antique Brooch Galleries.
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