Margot Barclay

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Dragonflies were particularly popular subjects for brooches as their wings allowed jewelers to show off their most delicate enamel work. This piece was made by Edgar Bense circa 1900. Ye Olde Fashion

Dragonflies were particularly popular subjects for brooches as their wings allowed jewelers to show off their most delicate enamel work. This piece was made by Edgar Bense circa 1900. Ye Olde Fashion

Art Nouveau Plique-à-jour enamel and diamond dragonfly brooch, French, circa 1900. | Sotheby's

Art Nouveau Plique-à-jour enamel and diamond dragonfly brooch, French, circa 1900. | Sotheby's

Art Nouveau Plique-à-jour enamel and diamond dragonfly brooch, circa 1900 - The wings of pale lavender and turquoise plique-à-jour enamel edged in single-cut diamonds, the body set with old-mine and single-cut diamonds, the eyes of green chalcedony, mounted in gold and silver. | Sotheby's

Art Nouveau Plique-à-jour enamel and diamond dragonfly brooch, circa 1900 - The wings of pale lavender and turquoise plique-à-jour enamel edged in single-cut diamonds, the body set with old-mine and single-cut diamonds, the eyes of green chalcedony, mounted in gold and silver. | Sotheby's

From Hayman Celtic Jewelry. "Dragonflies are a luck symbol. A pinner once had an interesting encounter with one who kept many a nuisance mosquito at bay as he rode on her shoulder. Some say the faerie folk sometimes take dragonfly form during the day."

From Hayman Celtic Jewelry. "Dragonflies are a luck symbol. A pinner once had an interesting encounter with one who kept many a nuisance mosquito at bay as he rode on her shoulder. Some say the faerie folk sometimes take dragonfly form during the day."

"Dragonfly" pen and ink Celtic knotwork

"Dragonfly" pen and ink Celtic knotwork