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Napier Butterfly Spray Brooch

Mark Walsh Leslie Chin

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Napier Butterfly Spray Brooch
Napier Butterfly Spray Brooch
Napier Butterfly Spray Brooch

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Product Information

Made of:

gilt metal/silver metal

Color/finish:

gold/silver

Dimensions:

5''L x 2''W

Why We Love This

Large brooch by Napier with a golden butterfly on a silver floral spray.

Why We Love This

Large brooch by Napier with a golden butterfly on a silver floral spray.

About Mark Walsh Leslie Chin

Designers, collectors and dealers Mark Walsh and Leslie Chin are known in fashion and museum circles as the go-to source for rare vintage jewelry and accessories. They are world-renowned specialists in Chanel, Schiaparelli, and Fortuny, and their collections have been exhibited in major retrospectives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Louvre, Victoria & Albert, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and many more. They continually shop to stock their massive archives, as well as for museums and clients.