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This is a gorgeous vintage pin/brooch circa end 1950s-1960s. On the back the brooch is marked Kramer with copyright symbol on a rectangular plague (brief information about Kramer’s jewelry is below). 

It measures approximately 2 3/4 inches by 1 3/4 inches (7 cm by 5 cm).

The brooch is designed in gold-tone metal with silver-tone textured finish on the front of this brooch/pin. It looks like long strokes of a paint brush used by artist to add silver touches on the petals and on the leaf of this intricately designed flower! Two-toned pieces are not very common because they were expensive to produce.

This brooch has dimensional design with two rows of petals: some of them are wavy, some are crossed and four petal are domed in the middle. The leaf is dimensionally zigzagging around the curved flower stalk.

 I do not see any scratches or flaking of the plating anywhere on this piece at all.   This brooch/pin is in excellent condition and ready to be worn!

This piece would be a great addition to your vintage jewelry collection.

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Brief Information about Kramer’s jewelry:

Founded in New York City at the height of World War II, Kramer Jewelry Creations produced intricate and artistic pieces out of gilt metal, rhinestones, glass, and enamel. Louis Kramer, who started the company in 1943, was later joined by his brothers, Morris and Harry, as he tapped into the burgeoning costume-jewelry market. All aspects of the business took place in New York City, so the pieces were marked “Kramer,” “Kramer N.Y.,” or “Kramer of New York.”
With the help of his siblings, Louis Kramer managed the production of his jewelry line, and was hands-on when it came to the design and integrity of the final product. In fact, Kramer designed many of his company's most exuberant pieces and parures. Kramer seemed to favor flowers.
In the early 1950's Kramer made pieces for Christian Dior. Kramer's more extravagant styles, especially when in sets, are much sought after. The Kramer family closed their doors in the late 1970's. Kramer's sophisticated and artistic jewelry features high-quality components.

Vintage KRAMER Brooch-Pin, silver and gold-tone finish, flower design


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: metal, gold tone, silver tone, safety pin, spring mechanism
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 110 reviews
  • Favorited by: 33 people