A pretty designer vintage aurora borealis crystal brooch that was made in the 1950s and it's excellent quality. It's in the shape of a bunch of grapes - each of the crystals represent a single grape. The bunch of "grape" crystals hangs down and it has silver leaf-type shapes at the back. It is secured with a pin back. It's in silver tone metal.
Height: 6cm (2.4")
Width (at widest part): 4.5cm (1.8")
|Metal type||Silver tone|
|Bead type||Aurora borealis crystal|
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There are no markings on this item. It is reminiscent of the style of Lisner, a very famous costume jewellery designer. It is unsigned.
This item hails from the 1950s and this is in excellent condition. There is no visible tarnishing, no damage to the crystals, posts or backing - they hang like a bunch of grapes. Enjoy a pre-loved item and less waste on the planet.
Aurora Borealis, often notated as "AB", is used to describe a kind of finish added to crystal beads. Aurora Borealis was first developed by the Swarovski company in the mid-1950s.
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