This is a gorgeous pin and I have been told by a collector that it is indeed a Boucher piece. Dating to the 1940s, this brooch features flowers created from gorgeous blue molded glass leaves and each flower has a faux pearl stamen popping from its center. The flowers are gracefully adorned with rhinestone covered leaves and a bevy of glass pearls and clear baguettes add to the beauty of the design. The brooch measures 2-1/2 inches in width and 2-1/4 inches in height. It has some condition issues which are as follows: There is glue apparent on the base of the each of the glass flowers. There is also glue apparent on the inside of each flower where the glass pearls are seated. There is some greying to some of the small rhinestones and some dulling of one of the round rhinestones at the base of the brooch. This being said, the brooch is still spectacular. It is created with very fine workmanship and perhaps the glue could be removed by a jewelry expert. The price reflects the defects as described above, but this piece is extra special and truly lovely.