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For your consideration is this lovely pair of Art Deco scatter pins circa 1920. They are Czech in origin and bear the highly sought after 'Czecho' mark. They consist of turquoise glass flowers in a goldtone prong setting with rhinestone details. 2 rhinestones are missing but the rest are bright and white.


A few notes on antique and vintage items and my experience with them:

I have been raised around antiques. My uncle was an auctioneer and dealer since long before I was born and, having no children of his own, took me on to pass down his personal legacy. He has been teaching me about the subtleties and details in which one can tell the genuine article from the fake and reproduced since I was a small child. Since 1996 I have been working hand in hand with him in our antique businesses.

Making vintage inspired jewelry has also given me a leg up in the world of antique jewelry as lately I have seen the field flooded with antique reproductions made with the SAME EXACT components I make my handmade jewelry with. Its unfortunate, but true. The more frightening aspect of this is that when I occasionally and respectfully point out to these dealers that they are selling a reproduction piece they tend to get extremely hostile. Because of this, I have been holding my tongue more and more, but still feel awful about the bum deal someone is going to get.

While I have extensive knowledge of antiques and collectibles, there is no way the human brain, even with the aid of every price guide in print, could know everything about everything. I describe my antiques to the best of my ability and reference multiple sources before making educated statements about a piece. I stand behind what I sell and if you find out that a piece is not as described I will happily offer you a refund.

A note on terms, most people are rather flexible on their terminology when it comes to antiques, but I try to stick to what I was taught growing up. The following terms are standard that I, and most reputable dealers, use to describe antique and vintage items;
Vintage- 25 to 99 years old.
Antique- Aged 100 years or more.
Victorian- 1836-1901
Art Nouveau- 1890-1919
Edwardian- 1901-1920
Art Deco- 1920-1935
Retro- 1935-1950

Art Deco SCATTER PINS Czech Glass Turquoise Glass and Rhinestone Flower Motif Brooches Signed Czecho CIRCA 1920


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  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: vintage, rhinestone, metal, glass
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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