1960s Weiss Crystal Squiggle Brooch
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Neil Zevnik

1960s Weiss Crystal Squiggle Brooch

$175.00
Est. Arrival: Jul 17 - Jul 27
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Why we love this
1960s Weiss gold-plated hand-soldered crystal brooch. The slightly domed free-form design is set with a multitude of different crystals: emerald & peridot rounds, pale blue marquise stones, and Aurora Borealis rounds. Winding in and around the stones are gilded s-shaped squiggles that are pave-set w/ small clears. The colors are intense, the condition is impeccable, and this jewel shines and shimmers and seduces.
Color: gold/green/blue/clear
Condition: Excellent
Dimensions: 2.5" L x 2" W x 0.75" H
Era: Vintage
Made Of: metal/crystal
SKU: 77565930
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Jul 17 - Jul 27
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RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
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
1960s Weiss gold-plated hand-soldered crystal brooch. The slightly domed free-form design is set with a multitude of different crystals: emerald & peridot rounds, pale blue marquise stones, and Aurora Borealis rounds. Winding in and around the stones are gilded s-shaped squiggles that are pave-set w/ small clears. The colors are intense, the condition is impeccable, and this jewel shines and shimmers and seduces.
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.