Trifari 1950s rhinestone flower brooch pin Alfred Philippe

1950s Clothing

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This 1950s Trifari rhinestone flower brooch or pin is one of the many lovely designs created during the time that Alfred Philippe was the company’s chief designer, from 1930 until 1968. The sparkling, clear rhinestones are beautifully set in bright silver-toned, rhodium-plated metal. These include the large pear-shaped rhinestones that form the flower petals and leaves, as well as many smaller stones. The brooch is quite heavy for its size, a very well made piece of vintage costume jewelry. On the back, the brooch has the “crown Trifari” signature, along with what appears to be a stone setter’s mark. In very good to excellent condition, the pin has a few light scratches on the shiny surface of its back from normal wear and storage, but the brooch is other wise in great condition, with no missing or darkened stones, or any other issues. This vintage 1950s Trifari flower pin will look great on a dress, blouse, suit, or coat lapel, adding a touch of floral beauty and rhinestone sparkle to your look!

Size: 2.5” by 1.5”
Label: Trifari (with crown above the “T”)