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1960's Enamel Flower Brooch


Beautifully vibrant rose brooch by Robert (Fashioncraft Jewelers) is looking for a new home.  A perfect accessory to add that pop of color to your The enamel is in vintage inspired ensemble.  Can be used on a coat, hat, bag, floral bouquet or as a gift wrap addition.  In good condition with NO cracks or loss of enamel, gold tone metal work in good condition with NO cracks or breaks.  The original by Robert stamp is located on the back.  For a brief Fashion Craft bio read below item specifications.


* Gold Tone (not solid gold)
* Enamel
* Maker's Mark - Fashioncraft by Robert (stamped)
* Measures approx. 2 7/8" inches x 1 1/4" inches at widest section
* 11.59 grams
* c.1960's


FASHIONCRAFT New York (1942-1979) was founded in 1942 by Robert Levey, David Jaffe and Irving Landsman. In 1951, Landsman left the Company and in 1960 Fashioncraft  Jewelry’s name was changed to Robert Originals, Inc.  


Robert’s designs feature nature and floral motifs reminiscent of the Art Nouveau movement.  Robert used faux pearls, colored glass, crystal beads, and high quality Austrian crystal beads set into elaborate gilded filigree metalwork.


Because of its excellent design, workmanship and materials, the jewelry sold at a high price. Robert jewelry was used in some Hollywood films, including the 1952 movie "Viva Zapata,” as well as in television networks.  Robert pieces were produced until around 1975.

1960's Enamel Flower Brooch

SKU: NA-124
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