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Vintage 1940's H Pomerantz Rare Bunny Rabbit Brooch: This adorable bunny rabbit brooch from H. Pomerantz features huge elongated ears in amber topaz glass stones and an applied tale in silver tone metal, set with sparkling rhinestones. These pieces are always unsigned. A book piece, he can be found in Kathy Floods "Warman's Costume Jewelry Figurals" on page 52. The bunny measures 3 by 1 3/8" and is in very good condition for his age. Light plating wear and some wear of the paint on his eye, minor at best.
Bob Mackie Enamel Leprechaun and Clover Brooch: This enchanting lucky leprechaun brooch from Bob Mackie is enameled in kelly green and orange with black and brown accents. Two emerald green rhinestones add sparkle. He is holding a clover in his hands. The detail is amazing, down to his quirked eyebrow and buckles on his his hat and shoes. He is quite large, measuring 2 3/4 by 2" and is in mint condition. The brooch is signed Bob Mackie.
Vintage Deeply Carved Root Beer Bakelite Sunflower Brooch: Deeply carved from root beer bakelite, this gorgeous brooch features a sunflower motif executed in great detail. The bakelite is translucent and has a lovely glow. The hand carving is quite well done. The brooch is large, measuring 3 1/4 by 2 1/2". It is in wonderful condition with no chips or cracks.
Carved 1940's Gold Painted Lucite Fish Brooch with Rhinestones: This enchanting and whimsical 1940's fish brooch is carved from pale pink lucite in great detail and embellished with gold paint and multi color rhinestones. Her fins have deep blue accents, and I adore the big fish lips! The brooch is in wonderful condition with no chips or cracks and minor wear to the gold paint. The clasp is screwed into the brooch and holds securely with a safety pin type closure. the brooch measures 2 1/8 by 1 5/8". A delightful addition to your vintage plastics collection!
Rare Vintage 1938 Disney Enterprises DOC with Lantern Pin: These charming Disney brooches are hard to find, so I am pleased to present Doc for your consideration. Although he appears to be crafted from wood, research shows the Brier Company of Providence RI used a composite for these pieces. For his age, his paint is in wonderful condition. Doc is carrying a raised lantern in one hand and what appears to be a stick or club in the other. He maintains the details in his face including his red nose and glasses. The pin back has wear, but closes securely, and you can still read 1938 Disney Enterprises. Of course you already know these pins were released for the movie Snow White! Doc measures 1 5/8 by 1 1/4". Don't let this one get away!
Art Deco Reverse Carved Intaglio Brooch Children Blowing Bubbles: This enchanting art deco brooch features reverse carved glass or intaglio, of three children blowing bubbles. The glass panel has faceted edges and is securely prong set in a beaded edge brass frame. The frame is accented top and bottom with two prong set rhinestones in a deep sapphire blue. The brooch is in lovely condition, It has an open C-clasp which holds securely and is unsigned. The brooch measures 1 3/8 by 1 1/8".
Vintage Sterling Craft Coro Enamel Bee Fur Clip with Flowers: This charming vintage enamel fur clip from the 1940's is one half of a Coro duette clip. There were many variations made of the bees, but this one has a lovely bouquet of pink flowers. The details are amazing! The pale yellow wings are delicately brushed with colorful veining. The bee is adorned with rows of sparkling rhinestones, the top of the wings and many on the body are replacements due to the piece losing stones over time. The enamel is in very good shape, but much of the black has worn off the legs. The clip is crafted in gold plated sterling. There is normal plating wear to the back of the clip. The clip measures 1 7/8 by 1 3/8" and is signed Sterling Craft Coro. This little charmer is so much prettier than my pictures show!
Rare Leo Glass 1930's Cameo Dangling Swag Brooch: In business from 1928 to 1957, the Leo Glass company of NYC provided a variety of styles of costume and sterling jewelry. This unusual silver tone swag brooch from the 1930's features a hand painted cameo of two young men. Three ornate chains suspend charms, one a man with a dog, one a deer and one I am assuming a goose or duck. The brooch is in excellent condition. It measures 3 3/4 by 1 3/4" and is signed Leo Glass.
Vintage Blue and Copper Bakelite Drummer Figural Brooch: This adorable figural pin features a detailed barefoot man playing a bakelite drum. He is painted in copper and blue enamel paint. There is an area of paint wear on the top of his hat. These pins are still being touted as Charles F. Worth, a French couture design house, but that has been thoroughly debunked. We do not know what company made them, but many came with a Made in the USA tag. The brooch measures 2 by 1" and other than the wear on his hat is in great condition.
Vintage Sterling Silver French Horn Brooch: This fun sterling silver French horn brooch is both detailed and dimensional. The brooch measures 1 1/2 by 1" and is signed 925 with a blurred makers mark. The perfect gift for the horn player in your life!
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