With a flourishing swoop of crystal rhinestones, Marcel Boucher does it again. This highly-talented jewelry designer started at Cartier in Paris making 'real' jewelry in the early 1920s and then brought his craft to America to delight us all with his costume jewelry that LOOKS like real jewelry.
This rhodium-plated pin curves this way and that way and note the use of different shaped rhinestones. One swoop is pave set with clear round crystals. The other swoop is channel set with baguette crystals.
The pin measures 3 inches across by 7/8 inch wide. Pin is marked BOUCHER - 6567. There's a secure rollover clasp. Condition is excellent.
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