Ciner Cross Pin Brooch To Necklace Converter
This pin brooch/pendant situation just screams the 1980s! Alternating oval red and green glass stones sit at the four corners of an oversized gold-tone metal cross, while shiny faux pearls surround the central black glass. This attention-grabbing pin brooch is signed by Ciner, the first and only American fine jeweller to switch to costume jewellery during the Great Depression. Even so, all the work was still meticulously handmade by master artisans, showing a commitment to the quality that made the brand a collector’s secret for more than a century. By the 1960s, Ciner pieces were sold at upscale department stores and worn by the era’s brightest stars, such as Liz Taylor, Jackie Kennedy, and the Duchess of Windsor. Imposing and dramatic, this statement pin brooch can be converted into a necklace and worn differently depending on your style or mood. From pinning it to your scarf, using it to button up your vest, or hanging it from a velvet choker around your neck, there are endless ways to wear this versatile jewel.
Hallmarks/Signatures: CINER with the copyright symbol
Materials: Gold-tone metal
Stones: Faux pearls & red, green, and black glass
Closure type: C clasp
Excellent condition, minor marks suitable for the item's age.
All our costume jewellery comes carefully packaged in the YJ luxury velvet travel pouch with a product card and complimentary care guide. The perfect gift for your loved ones to unwrap.
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