True Victorian to Art Nouveau Sash Brooch with Citrine Colored Stone, Leaf Accents

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True vintage brooch or sash pin.  This is late 1800's  to early 1900's Victorian to Art Nouveau rectangular brooch with a sash pin hook It is just shy of 1.5" wide and is 3/4" tall. This has a yellow citrine colored oval bezel set stone - it is probably just yellow glass but is also in very good condition. The stone is appx. 10mm by 5mm and is set in a decorative edged bezel - somewhat of a modified sawtooth design.  It is signed on the C clasp G.L.P. which I think is gold leaf plated.  There is minimal wear but as you can see from the photo - some typical vintage changes but still remarkable given it's 100 year age.  This came from a Pennsylvania estate sale from a woman who traveled the world and country and apparently had the means to do so given the extensive variety of pieces from all over the world and country - some of which I was fortunate enough to get.    See photos. 

Lot Loc. No WIN.3.516.8

Please note that most of my photos are taken at 10X magnification. This shows any blemishes much more magnified than they really are.

I keep great notes about each item and can answer most questions quickly, but I do not store fine jewelry on premises, so answers about specific measurements may take some time as I arrange to inspect the piece again.

In addition to this website, Maria's Vintage, I am on eBay as stampshopgirl, on Etsy as stampshopgirl, and on StorEnvy as Maria's. I have many vintage jewelry items and other vintage and new items - a very wide variety.

I will combine shipping, even if you buy items from one of my other stores. If you purchase one item and know you’ll be picking more, just email me and let me know and I will ship them at the same time and refund the shipping over the combined limit.

Given the number of different items I carry it is hard to know what combination of items can be purchased to pre-plan the shipping, so just email me and we will work it out to save you shipping charges whenever possible.