MARVELLA Peking Glass DRAGON Vintage Brooch, Mid Century Hollywood Regency Asian Art Deco Chinese Astrology Dragon Unisex Lapel Pin

$89.99

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MARVELLA Peking Glass DRAGON Vintage Brooch, Mid Century Hollywood Regency Asian Art Deco Chinese Astrology Dragon Unisex Lapel Pin

This wonderful brooch is from the 1950s. It is in excellent condition. Marvella made some of the better costume jewelry of the day this piece was made post war 50’s and like so many American fashions of the day is Asian inspired (our new fascination with faraway places now reached by the jet airplane) with jade like Peking glass. I have not seem a brooch exactly like this one as Peking Glass varies; therefore, a lovely addition to a collection or a terrific empowering gift. Very pretty. Amazing vintage trending dragon jacket lapel pin or brooch. & In Time for this season’s Game of throne parties 🐲

measures approx: 21/4 x 7/8 inches

And like all of my vintage treasures it will arrived gifted nicely 🎀

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