GERARD YOSCA Large Flower Brooch
  • Nina 'Riley' Pearl and Crystal Cluster Brooch
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    This crystal- and cultured pearl-encrusted Nina brooch provides vintage appeal that can be worn in a multitude of ways--pinned to a dress, handbag, jacket, or scarf. Imported
  • Fallon Jewelry Swarovski Pave Badge Pin - Gold
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    Faceted Swarovski crystals bring a charming shimmer to an eye catching, gold plated sheriff's badge from Fallon. Metal: Gold plate. Made in the USA. Available sizes: One Size
  • Oscar de la Renta Floral Brooch
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    Oscar de la RentaFloral Brooch, AquaDetailsYou'll love how this Oscar de la Renta floral brooch can adorn anything: your lapel, a satin-sashed waist, favorite handbag, or even a headband.Golden pewter and brass.Mobile enamel petals.Pave crystals.Fine bar-pin back of pendant minimizes hole in fabric.5 1/2"L.Made in USA.Designer About Oscar de la Renta:After apprenticing at Balenciaga in Spain and at Lanvin in Paris, Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta launched his own eponymous line in 1965. His refined, ladylike looks have garnered many awards, including one in 1990 for Lifetime Achievement. In 1998, he launched a successful line of lingerie and his momentum shows no signs of waning with the collections of eyewear, fragrance, home decor, handbags, and shoes.
  • MOONLIGHT BLOSSOM brooch - sterling silver
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    MOONLIGHT–sterling silver and precious stones come together in designs created over a century ago. The MOONLIGHT collection exhibits the fundamental qualities of the Georg Jensen brand like no other collection. Many of the designs in this collection were created by Jensen himself in the early 1900s. Some are newer styles that were inspired by the original works. The amazing thing is that whether the piece is an original or a reworked style, it always feels absolutely current and contemporary. MOONLIGHT shows that beautiful, masterful design never goes out of fashion. The stones and silver come in a number of combinations so that there is truly something for everyone. The name comes from a quote from Georg Jensen in which he compares sterling silver to the glow of the Danish moon.
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