This Miriam Haskell Vintage Early 1930/40s Blue Rosebuds and Green Lucite Leaves Dangle Brooch Pin is a Haskell collector's dream come true. Incredibly rare and highly sought after, this early example of designer Frank Hess is circa the late 1930s to early 1940s when WWII limited the use of metal in jewelry making.During this time period Haskell jewelry used plastic backing to "sew" their handcrafted creations onto in support of the war effort. Enabling ladies to be fashionable and patriotic. This beautiful vintage brooch features silk wrapped blue rosebuds with green lucite leaves scattered amongst them. This is a large piece that provides a freeform dangle design with eye catching movement.
The perforated backing is typical of an early unsigned Haskell. A one of a kind piece for the true high-end vintage jewelry collector. A wonderful addition to any vintage jewelry collection or to wear as a fashionable statement piece that also supports Eco-friendly sustainable sources. Own a piece of fashion history!In very nice vintage condition. Please see pictures for further details and condition.