Vintage New View Rhinestone Faux Pearl Flower Basket Brooch Pin

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Vintage New View Rhinestone Faux Pearl Flower Basket Brooch Pin is a lovely floral figural brooch with a combination of pastel colored rhinestones and faux pearls and accenting leaves. To more closely inspect photos, simply click on the binocular icon on the top right corner of any photo. Excellent condition, the leaves have been enameled to add color and interest to this pin. The brooch measures 1 3/4" x 1 1/2" and weighs 18 grams. The pin is signed New View on a cartouche on the backside. (Inventory Reference R-042919-#2) I have a vast inventory of some of the most desirable designers; Boucher, Carnegie, Ciner, DeLizza and Elster (aka Juliana), Eisenberg, Haskell, Hobe, Kramer, Krementz, Lane, Schreiner, Schiaparelli, Trifari, Vendome, and Weiss as well as Avon, Coro, Sara Coventry, and Lisner. Numerous pieces are book pieces and many have matching pieces so many demi-parures are available. I acquired so much of this jewelry that I will be working on offering it in the store for years to come. This piece comes from a dear friend and a truly exceptional lady. While having an antique shop, she has collected various antiques and unsigned and signed designer pieces for the last 40 years and has an incredibly discerning eye for quality as well as uniqueness. The extensive nature of her collection has meant that she has not worn most pieces more than once. It is my distinct pleasure that she has chosen to pass her extensive collection on to me and I will be keeping some special pieces for myself. I will also be offering some for sale and please know that with each piece comes a wonderful legacy of a very special lady that makes this jewelry all the more special. There are additional antique and vintage jewelry pieces in the various Studio Categories and other collectibles, books, art, glass, china, kitchen, home decor, and retro pieces in the store. For finding a specific item, you can also enter any word for an item you are looking for in the search box or visit www.vintagetreasuresfound.com to find your treasure!