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Aquamarine Bead & Diamanté Oval 1940s Brooch by Miriam Haskell

Aquamarine Bead & Diamanté Oval 1940s Brooch by Miriam Haskell

USD$295.00

Additional information

Maker

Miriam Haskell (Unsigned)

Size

3" x 1 3/4"

Condition

Excellent

Date

1940-1945

Marks

None

Reference

See #52 in "Haskell — Unsigned Clips and Pins" on Gordon website

Marquise-shaped diamanté flowers sit atop the layers of aquamarine glass beads that form this oval 1940s brooch by Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell. The beads are wired onto a pierced plastic back with a simple C-clasp closure. This World War II-era piece is a winner! It looks lovely when worn with one of my Art Deco aquamarine bracelets — scroll down to see them.

 

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