Sterling Heart 1940s Brooch by Hobé
1 7/8" x 2"
"Hobé STERLING DESIGN PAT'D"
Similar to larger heart in design patent D141,367 issued to William W. Hobé in 1945
This 1940s sterling silver heart brooch by Hobé is deliciously detailed with flowers, leaves, and a large bow with trailing curled ribbons. The back shows the incredible craftsmanship of Hobé’s work. This substantial piece has a roll-over safety clasp. While I usually avoid heart-shaped pieces, I couldn’t resist this one! Although this lovely brooch is sold, scroll down to see others by the same maker. Shop the Hobé collection here.
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