I am a big fan of signed Vogue Jewelry and I was recently lucky enough to pick up several pieces as it is scarce. Please do a search in my shop to see the other pieces that I have to offer. This brooch is smaller in stature but loaded with unusual specialty rhinestones in an interesting design. Copper, carnelian, lapis, citrine, topaz, turquoise and garnet colored rhinestones are beautifully incorporated into this stylized design. Paisley? Fish? Not sure, what do you see? Wear it proudly and let others guess. The condition is in excellent condition, all prong set stones and marked Vogue Jewelry on the gold-tone back.
Size: 2.25 x 1.25 inches
Based in New York City, Vogue jewelry was founded in 1936 by Harold Shapiro, Jack Gilbert, and George Grant. Thriving in the 1950s, Vogue introduced Austrian crystals and beaded ropes to American women's jewelry boxes. Having worked as the main designer of Vogue jewelry, Harold Shapiro left the company and in 1963, he and his son Bernard founded Les Bernard, Inc. Noteworthy, the earliest pieces have marks “VOGUE JLRY”, or “VOGUE” and they are scarce on the market. Vogue company ceased operations in 1973.
Sterling Signed Vogue Jewelry Multi Rhinestone Brooch