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Meta K. Overbeck (1879–1956) worked for Louis C. Tiffany’s enamel and jewelry department.

Our jewelry, produced for the first time, is inspired by the beautifully rendered watercolor, ink, and pencil drawings included in a design book given to the Morse Museum by Overbeck’s niece Margreta in 1978. Design book, c. 1914–33 For Louis Comfort Tiffany’s enamel and jewelry department. Watercolor, ink, pencil on paper. Meta K. Overbeck, 1879–1956. Gift of Margreta Overbeck in memory of Meta K. Overbeck (78-1080) ©CHMF, Inc.

Materials: pewter with gold finish, blue epoxy, snake chain with lobster claw closure Chain Length: 18" Gift box included

From the collection of The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, Winter Park, Florida

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