Large Statement Yellow Flower Vintage Brooch, Mid-Century textured enamel Signed ART Trending Lapel Pin

$49.99

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Large Statement Vintage Mid-Century textured enamel Signed ART Yellow & Orange Flower Brooch Pin ­čî╝ Fantastic! I will properly gift ­čÄÇ

about ART: "Offering high quality jewelry with an emphasis on medieval & renaissance styles, Arthur Pepper was in business from the late 1940's making jewelry signed Mode Art, and later, ART(c). The heyday of this company came during the 1960's when they produced for us dozens of interpretations of ethnic Asian figural fashion jewelry, Egyptian revival large metal pectorals, Maltese crosses, and an entire line of jewelry with delightful small enameled flowers. Most collectible besides the Christmas tree pins are the Maltese crosses and the enameled daisy jewels; but the hardest to find pieces are decadent rhinestone sets that are very similar to Florenza jewelry. This fashion jewelry is now all vintage. Prices of jewelry signed ART(c)
will only continue to rise."

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