Inspired by Japan, the Cyclamens comb makes you travel to the other side of the globe and to the rising sun where everything is calm and sweet. Far from bright colors, it is topped by a cyclamen flower in light purple enamel, which rests on two equally delicate golden leaves. These enameled leaves seem to reflect the light with their opal inclusions. The long teeth are made of ivory.

Henri Vever, over the years and during his travels, had developed a passion for Japan, its elegance and its prints.

Piece made by Paul and Henri Vever
Presented at the 1900 Paris's World Fair
Materials: Ivory leaves with opal spots, flowers in translucent enamel, gold
Date: circa 1900
Where kept :
Museum of Decorative Arts - Gift of Henri Vever, 1924