This gorgeous eye-catching brooch from the 1950s-1960s has unusual givre (two-tone in opaline white and peach) glass cabochons, imitation baroque pearls, amber rhinestones around the outside edge, and a single large pink rhinestone center. All the stones are prong-set in gold-tone metal with many tiny prongs.
Condition is excellent with all rhinestones and glass cabs intact and brilliant and sparkling. All gold-tone finishes intact with no wear or damage, and the pin back secure and working well.
The brooch is unsigned, but as you can see, particularly from the reverse, is has all the characteristics of Beau Jewels or perhaps Judy Lee. It is not signed which is typical of that company who normally signed the earrings, but not the brooches. It is in excellent condition with no wear, and measures 1 3/4" across.