It is signed "Symmetalic Sterling + 14k" this piece measures just over 2 1/2" long and just under 1" wide at the flower's widest point. It can be worn horizontal or vertical with a rolling pin clasp on the back. It is in excellent condition. No wear to the gold or silver. Normal patina developing on the sterling silver. The gorgeous enamel work on the flower petals is exquisite and in excellent condition.
Who is "symmetalic Sterling" company? Symmetalic is the registered trademark of W. E. Richards company, founded about 1900 in Attleboro, Mass. and they are still in business, but the "symmetalic" hallmark was first used in 1936 and seems to have ended in the 1940's . Symmetalic jewelry is mostly made of sterling silver, however, many items were coated with 14kt gold, (Vermeil) as this piece is, and their designs reflect an Edwardian and Art Deco influence. Symmetalic is hard to find and highly collectible and as noted no longer produced by this company. W.E. Richards pieces since the 40's usually have the hallmark "wRe."