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JAC JORGE COHEN 835 silver brooch with crystal, onyx, crysophase and marcasites, Amsterdam circa 1980s

JAC JORGE COHEN 835 silver brooch with crystal, onyx, crysophase and marcasites, circa 1980s.  This is Dutch brooch was made between 1982 and 1993 in Amsterdam, the Neatherlands.  His small company often worked in 835 sterling silver, and we have had other pieces of his jewelry.  Other pieces by this Dutch maker can be seen in the Christie’s Elizabeth Taylor Auction in December 2011, HERE.  Mr Cohen was based in Amsterdam, but has since passed away.  He was born in 1941 and died in 1993.

According to Ginger Moro’s wonderful book, "European Designer Jewelry" on page 233, Cohen found vintage molded glass elements in Paris and combined them with modern silver, onyx, marcasites, and chrysoprase to fashion his Deco inspired jewelry.  According to Cohen, he was also inspired by the Amsterdam School designs from earlier in the 20th Century.   View   View   View   View     

Product #41662
Price: $338.00
All items in excellent vintage condition unless otherwise noted.
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