Art Deco Dimensional Celluloid Flower Brooch Pin
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Art Deco Dimensional Celluloid Flower Brooch Pin

This Celluloid flower motif brooch pin is an impressive sized piece with a contrasting dimensional design measuring a generous 2 1/4" in diameter and closes with an injected "C" catch clasp in back which is a typically found in antique plastic jewelry. This brooch is beautifully carved and it is in good vintage condition. However, there is one rose center that does have a small imperfection, I don’t know if this was part of the design or a possible chip. Please view pictures carefully and if you have any questions contact me.

Celluloid was invented by John W. Hyatt in 1869 and was widely used between 1890-1917 all through the Victorian Era, Art Nouveau and parts of the Art Deco Period. Celluloid was widely used in making jewelry during this period, until a safer plastic was discovered, thus making celluloid jewelry highly collectible.

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Art Deco Dimensional Celluloid Flower Brooch Pin

  • Item #: 85
  • Condition: Used

Art Deco Dimensional Celluloid Flower Brooch Pin

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