What's for sale?
This is a nicely detailed, signed brooch by Napier.
It depicts a wild dogwood flower, with white bracts (which look like petals) and a centre of tiny gold tone flowers. Like the dogwood, the bracts are folded over at the ends to show that the gold colour from the reverse side.
The dogwood is a popular subject for American jewellery; it's also the state flower of Missouri and North Carolina.
Who made it and when?
It was made by the American costume jewellery maker Napier and is embossed on the back:
The copyright symbol was added to the name after 1955 and the uppercase lettering typically went out of use in the 1980s.
What condition is it in?
- In excellent condition
- The pin and clasp work perfectly
What are the measurements?
- 3cm in length
- 2.5 cm in width
- 9 grams
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20th century (1900-1999)
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