Knowing the history of the previous owner of this vintage pin, it is most likely from the 1930's era. The centered artwork behind the protective glass is a trio of roses in a silhouette style with the appearance of a signature just beneath the artwork. A single thin gold or gold tone wire is at the base of the bezel that frames the portrait. The filigree setting offers a delightful row of hearts and carries the 800 mark for 800 silver on the back. An "O" ring at the top of the brooch makes it the perfect pendant when you choose to wear it as a necklace. It measures 1 3/16" x 1 1/16" . Pretty!
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SPRING is just around the corner! With a lil Luck O' the Irish, maybe no more snow after St. Patty's Day? Think GREEN!