Edwardian Enamel Flower Brooch, C.1910
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Neil Zevnik

Edwardian Enamel Flower Brooch, C.1910

$145.00
Est. Arrival: Jun 18 - Jun 30
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Why we love this
C. 1910 New England Glass Works gilded pot metal brooch in a gathered bouquet design with leaves enameled in green, a bow in red, and three blossoms in blue, red, and brown, centered with domed faceted crystals of ruby, emerald, and sapphire. A classic and elegant design, beautifully rendered and in remarkable condition. Put it on a blazer lapel and graciously accept a profusion of compliments on your singular style.
Color: gold/blue/green/red/brown
Condition: Excellent
Dimensions: 1.75" L x 3.5" W
Era: Vintage
Made Of: metal/enamel/crystal
SKU: 77502134
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Jun 18 - Jun 30
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Neil Zevnik has been an obsessive collector of the finest vintage costume jewelry for more than 30 years. From Victorian to Edwardian to Deco to '40s, '50s, and '60s, with all the designer names you know and many you don’t, all in impeccable condition with a fascinating story to tell, and a new life to live with you.
Why we love this
C. 1910 New England Glass Works gilded pot metal brooch in a gathered bouquet design with leaves enameled in green, a bow in red, and three blossoms in blue, red, and brown, centered with domed faceted crystals of ruby, emerald, and sapphire. A classic and elegant design, beautifully rendered and in remarkable condition. Put it on a blazer lapel and graciously accept a profusion of compliments on your singular style.
About the Seller
Neil Zevnik has been an obsessive collector of the finest vintage costume jewelry for more than 30 years. From Victorian to Edwardian to Deco to '40s, '50s, and '60s, with all the designer names you know and many you don’t, all in impeccable condition with a fascinating story to tell, and a new life to live with you.