Created circa 1960, this amazing piece of Sterle jewelry represents an original and unorthodox take on a staple of the era, the brooch. Expertly crafted from 18 karat gold, adorned with diamonds, and designed in the shape of a snake, this coral brooch strikes the eye immediately with its untamed, winding shape and naturalistically scaly textures.
Both the version with a coral head and its companion piece with a turquoise head are visually arresting in their fluid curves. The Parisian joie de vivre that Sterle jewelry exemplifies could shine no brighter than in this stunning piece.
Showcasing the distinctive characteristics that led Pierre Sterle to become known as the “couturier of jewellery,” this numbered creation is as authentic as it is beautiful. You can contact the team at M. Khordipour to inquire after this piece and browse our collection for more singular antique and vintage brooches.