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Victorian/Edwardian Openback Filigree Design Two Piece Dangle Souvenir Brooch. Hanging Plaque with "Colorado" Inscribed. Attached is 3 Brilliant cut Rainbow Crystals. Silvertone metal with possible Brass/Copper Base. C-Clasp Backing. No identifiers or Hallmark.

Dimensions: 2 Inch Wide x 1 Inch Tall (5x2.5cm). 1.5 Inch Long Rectangle Goldstone Center.

This a beautiful antique souvenir brooch. Not your typical souvenir jewelry one might think of. This appears to be a transition piece has Victorian with some Noveau Deco style as well. Guessing 1920-30's or earlier.

In very good condition with minimal wear issues. There might be a few tarnish spots or small spots of silvertone rub but no noticable scratches or damage. Goldstone is in beautiful intact condition. Crystals are of fine quality. Clasp tight and opens and closes.

Unique not often seen antique travel brooch--plus has the great state of Colorado Ask any questions and Enjoy!

Happy to ship Internationally however have a preferred list of countries that I have and experience shipping to which includes Canada, UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Norway, Denmark, Australia, Japan, Taiwan, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina... If your country is not listed for this item, please contact me before purchasing to see if it is possible to ship.

Victorian Goldstone and Rainbow Crystals. Openback Scroll Silvertone Metal. Colorado Travel Souvenir Brooch Pin.

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: metal, goldstone, crystal
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 171 reviews
  • Favorited by: 17 people