Rare Signed Marcel Boucher Falcon Brooch #9311P. The pictures speak for themselves. Beautifully colored and well preserved is this vintage piece. The pin measures 3 1/4 inches long by 1 1/2 inches wide. A gold tone beak leads to a dark blue cabochon eye surrounded by bead set white rhinestones. The neck is accented with red, bead set, rhinestones. Appearing to flow from the head and body are waves of bead set white rhinestones that fold over the tail feathers. The tail feather are a vibrant, complimentary, shade of blue and green enamel. The piece is 2 fold and riveted together.
A little history of Marcel Boucher. Born in Paris, Marcel Boucher worked as a jewelry designer for Cartier, who brought him to the United States. In the 1930's, he took a job with Mazer Bros., where he worked until he founded his own company in 1937. Boucher made a name for himself creating bold, imaginative, enameled pieces that were individual works of art, with brooches shaped like fruits, animals, and human figures. In particular, collectors covet for his fantasy bird pieces from the 1940's. Credit to Collectors Weekly for the bio.
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