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Nettie Rosenstein Brooch

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One of the most collectible jewelry designers of the 1900s - Nettie Rosenstein, produced this amazing 1940s, signed in script on the back, heralidic starburst brooch. A true piece of art. This brooch is the kind of jewelry that becomes an heirloom.

A whopping 2 3/4" x 2 1/4", this gold tone metal piece has a 1 1/4" center medallion surrounded by shooting starburst rays and topped with a decorative crowned piece encrusted with pave rhinestones. The center medallion portion is dripping with more encrusted rhinestones, has a crest with a standing lion, flourishes on the sides and a crown on the top - it's stunning! There is one rhinestone missing from the very top crown - most left, and two very small ones on the lion. Not very visible to the naked eye but seen with jewelers loupe or enlarged photo - see last image. I have priced accordingly.

Nettie Rosenstein was a clothing designer of great significance, she designed Mamie Eisenhower's inauguration ball gown. After retiring from fashion for a while, Rosenstein went on to produce high quality jewelry, her first major client was I. Magnin. Her company grossed $1 million in 1937 - very successful and her pieces are still prized and highly sought after. I'm thrilled to be able to offer this one for sale.

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Nettie Rosenstein Brooch

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  • Vintage item from the 1940s
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