A fabulous signed Renoir copper leaf pin in a design called ‘TULIP’. The mid-century modern design is of three tulip blossoms sitting on a big swooping leaf. An iconic Renoir brooch in exceptional condition. Circa mid-1950s. Featured in, “Copper Art Jewelry A Different Lustre”, Burkholz and Kaplan, page 87.
Back Marked, "Renoir" in script with copyright symbol on a rectangular cartouche.
The brooch measures 2 3/8" high x 2 1/8" wide. It weighs 13.9g
It is in Excellent to Mint condition. Locking ‘C’ pin clasp.
The brooch was found wrapped in a little hankie and is as beautiful today as the day it was made.
HISTORY: Renoir was established in 1946 in Los Angeles, California by Jerry Fels and is best known for its uniquely shaped solid copper jewelry. The company grew out of the American Arts & Crafts movement. Copper was a popular choice for early 20th century metalworkers active in the Arts & Crafts design. From the beginning Fels created contemporary, abstract designs as part of the mid-century modern art movement that was reemerging.
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