1930s Art Deco Sterling Silver Gazelle Figural Brooch
After the greyhound, the gazelle is probably the second most iconic figural animal of the Art Deco era. It's lean, streamline body and horns made it an easy favorite of painters and sculptors of the time.
This stunning brooch is a perfect example of why the gazelle was so popular. It is wonderfully linear, yet still shows movement.
Beautifully crafted in sterling silver, this brooch closes with a safety catch.
Condition: Very Good
Back has patina and some signs of wear. There also is a small hairline break in the metal at the top left of the piece. It is not noticeable when wearing, however, you can feel a slightly rough spot when running your finger over it. Piece is solid and still wearable as is. Priced accordingly.