This is a lovely 1940's Symmetalic filigree circle pin with a double flower motif. "Symmetalic" was the registered trademark of the W.E. Richards jewelry company of Attleboro, Massachusetts. The name Symmetalic was first used in 1936, and discontinued sometime during the 1940s. Symmetalic jewelry is made of sterling silver, coated with a 14K gold vermeil or wash. It is very collectible, as it was well made and featured classic Art Nouveau style designs.
This brooch is signed on the back "SYMMETALIC, STERLING + 14K." It definitely has both a silver and gold washed appearance to the metal. It closes with a sturdy, thicker gage (although slightly bent), riveted pin stem and locking C clasp. It measures 1-3/16 inches in diameter.
In excellent condition except for the one bend or crimp in the pin stem, which does not impact its functionality though, and is hidden when the pin is worn.
Proud Member of the Vintage Fashion Guild
Item ID: 0710
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