Florenza jewelry is quite distinctive and usually easily identifiable. The company was established by Dan Kasoff in 1955. His designs were often inspired by Victorian pieces. It is always beautiful and additionally collectible because of its high quality workmanship.
The little pin is a somewhat atypical example of a typical Florenza piece because it doesn't really show any Victorian influence. It is a lovely flower with a cluster of rhinestones forming its center, very typical of mid-century jewelry. The stones are a green and blue-green color and are set in cupcake settings. As it typical of Florenza jewelry, it is very well made.
The piece is in very good condition, with no signs of wear. The stones are all clear and bright and the clasp is in perfect working order. In fact, it is bit tight, which I believe is from lack of use.
The flower is 1-3/4" in diameter and approx 1/2" deep.
|Shipping & Handling:|
USPS First-Class Mail Parcel
|Combinable for shipping discounts|