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Posted 3 years ago

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ThymesGoneby
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I have this great brooch, and it's obviously high quality, but there is no signature on it. It is 2 " diameter and stands at 3/4" tall, there are tiers or layers if you will that make it look 3 D. The top has a larger enamel petal flower with an Olive Green center stone, and has prong set yellow stones encircling the large flower, followed by larger prong set yellow stones that extend to the elongated olive navettes then ends in a prong set yellow stones. With 8 smaller little flower's that also have an Olive green stone, It's quite heavy, seem's to be well made, and I believe it has gold plated metal with a V riveted locking roll over clasp. I really like it, but I need a bit of help as to who may be the designer? Thanks. Tom

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  1. Laura, 3 years ago
    It's soooo pretty. Maybe it's Juliana?
  2. ThymesGoneByVintageJewelry, 3 years ago
    Thank you Laura, it really is a pretty brooch and heavy too. I haven't seen anything anywhere like it yet and don't know if it could be Juliana. Should be designer signed though IMHO.
  3. oldhippee, 3 years ago
    I would think the Designer would have been proud to sign this. And right now, it really makes me think of SPRING! Beautiful piece ThymesGoneBy!
  4. vintagemad vintagemad, 3 years ago
    I don't think it's Juliana, the construction is not right. I want to say it may be a Marvella or Regency. I think I have a book somewhere with an example of this type of construction. I will try and find it, someone will likely beat me to it though!
    Beautiful piece.
  5. oldhippee, 3 years ago
    vintagemad, you sure do know alot about alot of things!
  6. oldhippee, 2 years ago
    vintageman, did you ever find out about the maker of this! It is so great!

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