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Huge & Very Rare SCHREINER of NEW YORK Faux Emerald-Diamond-Pearl Brooch

Huge & Very Rare SCHREINER of NEW YORK Faux Emerald-Diamond-Pearl Brooch

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: faux crystals, faux pearls, faux emeralds, handset, prong set
  • Favorited by: 28 people
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Description

Schreiner jewelery is always spectacular in form, materials and workmanship. This amazing brooch is certainly no exception. In fact, it is very rare for it's highly elaborate and refined elements of small flower heads and silver pearls, similar to the high quality designs of Miriam Haskell and Stanley Hagler. This astonishing brooch is 4 1/2" wide with a drop of approximately 2". It is detailed with two huge tear drop silver pearls mounted horizontally at each end along with a myriad of smaller dangling tear drop and round pearls, open back clear marquis cut crystals all hand set in an elaborate floral motif around a large oval faux emerald that is mounted pavilion side up. It is signed Schreiner of New York. This is one of the rarest designs that Schreiner produced.

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Returns if product is grossly misrepresented/described. Damaged or altered merchandise will not be accepted for return. If product arrives damaged, buyer must save all shipping/packing materials that might be subject to USPS review in case of an insurance claim. I work very hard to have superb product that is carefully/accurately presented. After selling superb vintage costume jewelry for decades around the world both on Etsy and elsewhere on line and in retail and trade show/antique show venues, I've never had a issue of 'incorrectly described' and I continue to strive to maintain that fine record. Of course, no one knows everything....and I am always learning.

I have some thoughts to share about vintage costume jewelry. Like a vintage automobile...or articles of vintage/antique clothing....antique and vintage costume jewelry requires TLC....including from time to time maintenance. This type of jewelry is made of 'less enduring materials' than 'fine jewelry' and overtime it can be expected that it will 'age' differently too. Many, if not most examples of costume jewelry will, compared to 'fine jewelry' 'fade a bit over time'...including oxidation of both glass stones and metallic finishes.....reasonable 'aging' is not considered a defect..in fact it is a factor of 'verification' of a pieces origins. Even pieces that are considered in 'excellent vintage' condition, may have minor issues associated with these realities. IF you are not comfortable with ANY variation from 'like new' condition, perhaps vintage costume jewelry is not for you. Too, repairs can and likely will be required over time. There is no way to predict 'when and why' a stone may need replacement either due to fading condition ...or .more obviously...if is should suddenly be 'missing' - sometime the old glues often used to set these pieces simply fail. Replacing stones and making routine repairs should be anticipated. Again, if you are not comfortable as a 'custodian' of rare pieces of vintage costume jewelry....please carefully consider these matters before buying. I do everything I can to be sure each piece is in acceptable wearable condition. I can not guarantee that any piece will be free of potential repairs or maintenance, nor even aged finishes. Again, I describe all conditions to the best of my ability. A minor imperfection or blemish, a variation in color are not considered 'damage' in vintage pieces......so please again, consider these matters as merchandise will not be accepted for return for these reasons. Obvious damage is different of course...and should any such conditions exist as I list an item, I try to clearly point out such matters .
Returns if product is grossly misrepresented/described. Damaged or altered merchandise will not be accepted for return. If product arrives damaged, buyer must save all shipping/packing materials that might be subject to USPS review in case of an insurance claim. I work very hard to have superb product that is carefully/accurately presented. After selling superb vintage costume jewelry for decades around the world both on Etsy and elsewhere on line and in retail and trade show/antique show venues, I've never had a issue of 'incorrectly described' and I continue to strive to maintain that fine record. Of course, no one knows everything....and I am always learning.

I have some thoughts to share about vintage costume jewelry. Like a vintage automobile...or articles of vintage/antique clothing....antique and vintage costume jewelry requires TLC....including from time to time maintenance. This type of jewelry is made of 'less enduring materials' than 'fine jewelry' and overtime it can be expected that it will 'age' differently too. Many, if not most examples of costume jewelry will, compared to 'fine jewelry' 'fade a bit over time'...including oxidation of both glass stones and metallic finishes.....reasonable 'aging' is not considered a defect..in fact it is a factor of 'verification' of a pieces origins. Even pieces that are considered in 'excellent vintage' condition, may have minor issues associated with these realities. IF you are not comfortable with ANY variation from 'like new' condition, perhaps vintage costume jewelry is not for you. Too, repairs can and likely will be required over time. There is no way to predict 'when and why' a stone may need replacement either due to fading condition ...or .more obviously...if is should suddenly be 'missing' - sometime the old glues often used to set these pieces simply fail. Replacing stones and making routine repairs should be anticipated. Again, if you are not comfortable as a 'custodian' of rare pieces of vintage costume jewelry....please carefully consider these matters before buying. I do everything I can to be sure each piece is in acceptable wearable condition. I can not guarantee that any piece will be free of potential repairs or maintenance, nor even aged finishes. Again, I describe all conditions to the best of my ability. A minor imperfection or blemish, a variation in color are not considered 'damage' in vintage pieces......so please again, consider these matters as merchandise will not be accepted for return for these reasons. Obvious damage is different of course...and should any such conditions exist as I list an item, I try to clearly point out such matters .

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