Miriam Haskell Simulated Seed & Baroque Pearl Brooch Pin

$ 95
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Vintage Miriam Haskell simulated seed pearl and baroque pearl pin with clear rhinestone montees in her signature Russian gold tone dates from the 1960s, but is a timeless classic. Delicate seed pearl petals are wired onto petals that are finished with wired rose montees with clear rhinestones surrounding a central baroque pearl. This pretty posey sits atop a Russian gold tone double mesh circle. This lovely, vintage Miriam Haskell pin measures approximately 1-7/8 x 1-1/2" and has a safety closure. It is signed, "MIRIAM HASKELL" on an oval signature plaque on the reverse of the pin. It is in Very Good Condition and we have not cleaned it although a little TLC could make this one even better. A perfectly charming and tasteful example of vintage Miriam Haskell in a pin that is over fifty years old waiting for an encore appearance in your vintage costume jewelry wardrobe! (#45798-HaskellCircle)

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Price: $ 95
Color: Gold Tone/Pearl/Clear Rhinestone
Dimensions: 1-7/8 x 1-1/2"
Manufacturer: Miriam Haskell
Manufacturer Date: Ca. 1960s
Quality: Very Good
Quantity: One
Vendors Item# 45798
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Contact: Terri Friedman
Po Box 148186
Chicago, Illinois  60614-8186 USA
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