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Circular open gold brooch with floral spray with bezel-set opal cabochons, old European cut diamonds, seed pearls, and pink stones (probably tourmaline).
Arts and Crafts (movement)
Spring 2014 Historic New England Magazine: "New England produced some of the leading jewelers of the early twentieth century. Opals, diamonds, pearls, and amethysts embellish this brooch made by Edward Everett Oakes for Henry Wriston and his daughter Barbara. Following centuries-long tradition of apprenticeship, Oakes studied with the first generation of Arts and Crafts jewelers in Boston and continued their commitment to handcraft excellence well into the twentieth century."
Title 2 - Pair of gold earrings Accession Number 2004.14.1.1
Title Souvenir spoon - Bigelow family Accession Number 2004.14.2
Title Clear cut stone and silver pin, marked Parenti Accession Number 2004.14.3
Title Stone and silver ring, marked Parenti Accession Number 2004.14.4
Title Stone and silver bracelet, Parenti Accession Number 2004.14.5
Title 2 - Pair of earrings, Parenti Accession Number 2004.14.6.1
Title Gold, opal, diamond and pearl pin, Edward Everett Oakes Accession Number 2004.14.7
Title Gold, opal and diamond ring, Edward Everett Oakes Accession Number 2004.14.8
Title Gold, silver and amethyst ring, Edward Everett Oakes Accession Number 2004.14.9
Title Silver, sapphire and diamond ring, Edward Everett Oakes Accession Number 2004.14.10
Title Gold and silver ring, Edward Everett Oakes Accession Number 2004.14.11
Title Accession Number
Oakes, Edward Everett (Goldsmith)
Wakefield, Massachusetts, United States, New England
1 5/8 x 1 5/8 x 1/4 (HxWxD) (inches)
Gift of Barbara Wriston
"Jewelry at Historic New England," Online exhibit presented by Historic New England launched September 30, 2007 at www.historicnewengland.org/jewelryhistory/.
Pictured in Sage, Adrienne, "Wealth, Style and Sentiment," Historic New England, Winter/Spring (2005): 7.
Massachusetts (United States)
Wakefield (Middlesex county, Massachusetts)