3-dimensional large ruffled yellow floral brooch with
green stems. The petals add depth. A handful of
imperceptible little flea bites to the edging.
3"L x 2"W x 1 1/4" depth.
Turquoise blue petals with golden veins running through the leaves with an imitation pearl center. The leaves and
stem are a light golden color. 3" x 1 3/4". Vintage flower jewelry.
Vintage large floral brooch. Shiny pink pastel enamel metal flower brooch. A little flea bite/paint chip on the stem.
Wonderful vintage brooch. Measures 3" tall x 2 1/2" across.
Layered floral metal flower brooch, pastel creamy enameled flowers centered with a arched
stamen accented with a touch of pink. 3" x 2 1/4".
A true flair with its art deco look. This pretty light golden pin is layered in circles in two widths. Measures 1 1/2" x 1 1/2".
3-dimensional floral rose brooch. Metallic bronze with black japanned enamel on the stem and leaves. Some normal vintage wear on the pedals. High definition matt
floral brooch. 2 1/2"T x 2"W x 1" in depth.
Hard to find aster metal flower pin. Early heavy made with great depth. Antique glossy
enamel in yellow and orange. Normal vintage wear with a few flea bites showing the
copper underneath. All pieces riveted together. 1 3/4" across x 3/4" in depth.
Art Nouveau filigree scimitar with removable scabbard and linking chain. Filigree work is excellent and extremely fine. The condition is great. C-clasp closure on the
backside. Overall measurement is 2 3/8".
Vintage Red White Blue Brooch and Earring Set. Multi layered brooch in opaque facet set glass stones, 2 1/4" x 1 3/4".
Earrings are clips and dangles 1 1/2". Gold tone.
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Ones True Love of Jewelry
Indeed, jewelry often passed from generation to generation as family heirlooms. Flowers in jewelry were both symbolic of love, gratefulness, and reflections of interest in nature.
Flower motif brooches carried over from Georgian times, but became more three-dimensional and realistic. Flower heads were often set in brooches, and realistically
rendered. Eventually the development using plastics and color became increasing possible to get the most stylish designs.
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