A very lovely and highly decorated brooch with no signature but confirmed to be a true piece of unsigned Hollycraft. According to "Joyce the Hollycraft Lady", this brooch was made by her father Joseph Chorbajian who was the founder of the "Hollywood East" jewelry company that later became Hollycraft. According to Joyce, the name was changed in order to alleviate confusion between "Hollywood East" and "Hollywood West" which was the company of the infamous Joseff of Hollywood. The brooch is without a doubt a piece of Hollycraft as Chorbajian's daughter confirmed the piece to be one that was crafted by the company. Many of the early Hollycraft pieces went unsigned and the fact that it belongs to such a short list of pieces without a hallmark makes it much more valuable and even more intriguing. This pin is very beautiful with it's unique design, colorful gems, and impeccable artwork from top to bottom. The pin is adorned with a rectangular metal section that has the pin and clasp attached to the back of it. This section has four bezel set green rhinestones, two vividly red rhinestones, two bezel set faux pearls, and finally is centered with a large oval green glass cabochon. From this section hang seven interlocked metal links with a ribbon style design that connects the top to the medallion centerpiece dangle. This medallion is diamond shaped and studded with many beautiful jewels. Large and small red rhinestones decorate each corner of the pendant as well as green rhinestones and bezel set faux pearls. The center of this section is really breathtaking having tiny blue rhinestones and small faux pearls circled around a very large green glass cabochon that is set into gold tone metal. This pin also has small sections of red, white, and black enamel flowers set in various spots to add another element to this great composition. The pin measures 4 1/8" long with the centerpiece medallion measuring 2 1/4" long by 2 1/4" wide. The pin clasp is very nicely made and holds firmly and securely. This piece is in great overall condition for age and as our sources have shown us in detailed description it is an unsigned Hollycraft made in the 1940s.