Art Deco Green & Clear Rhinestone Bow Brooch, Vintage 1920s 1930s Jewelry and offered by TheJewelSeeker on 21VintageStreet.com. A very pretty genuine Art Deco era rhinestone brooch. The brooch looks like a bow, with two loops on each end, and a diagonal knot or “wrapped bar” with domed glass cabs on each end. The stones include emerald cut, baguettes, and chatons. Most of the stones are channel set, and some pave set. The brooch is in very good condition, with a nice rhodium plating. The stones are sparkling, with a very few darker stones here and there – but not many. The pin has a hinged pin stem with a rotating safety mechanism to secure the pin. This pin measures approximately 2″ x 5/8″. Lovely wearable and collectible Art Deco Jewelry.
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