LN jewelry, "Little Nemo", was founded in 1913 by Benjamin & Charles Brier and Samuel Magid. It was a subsidiary of Brier Mfg. Co. and lasted from 1913-1978. Pieces of LN jewelry were featured in Keyston Jewelers Mag. in 1922, 1931 & 1965. They had several markings one being the mystery mark of LN50. No one seems to know what the 50 stood for. This is one of the earlier pieces circa 1915. It is a large flower brooch accented with large oval prong set purple rhinestones. The lower flower petals are studded with green, blue, pink, red and amber rhinestones both at the top of the petals and at the base. The pin consists of two parts, the lower petals are riveted to the upper flower, giving the brooch a lot of dimension. The petals and leaves have a basket weave open-work style and have a light gold wash finish. The pin measures a large 4 1/4" long and a little over 2 1/4" wide. It has a long locking pinback. The pin is in very good vintage condition with some wear on the gold wash, but nothing that distracts. This is a great representation on this old company and would be a lovely pin to wear or to add to your collection. Thank you for your interest. Please email us with any questions.
Item ID: 517
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