A very unique piece of McClelland Barclay jewelry from the Art Deco period. This beautiful pin is made up of a lovely piece of gold tone metal that has a piece of rhodium plated metal screwed onto it. This piece has a looping design with a number of gorgeous glass stone accents. These accents range from 21 lovely red baguette cut glass stones to the 12 large red emerald cut stones that are all spaced by tiny bezel set white rhinestones. There is also a crescent shaped setting with pave set white rhinestones in it and one large center bezel set brilliant cut glass stone. The back of this pin is signed "McClelland Barclay" and has a nice pin and clasp closure. It measures 2 3/4" long by 1 7/8" wide and is a very rare piece of jewelry in a line of very rare jewelry. Barclay only made jewelry between 1936-1941 and unfortunately Barclay's life was cut short when during WWII a landing he was a passenger on was destroyed by an enemy torpedo on July 18th, 1943. His highly stylized Art Deco designs are especially brought to life in pieces like this breathtaking red emerald cut glass stone pin.