Mimi Dee Artwear

Brass Bib Art Glass Escutcheon Butterfly Necklace

Brass Bib Art Glass Escutcheon Butterfly Necklace

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Directory: New Century: Jewelry: Necklaces: Contemporary: Item # 175974

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Mimi Dee Artwear
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PO Box 458
Methuen, MA 01844
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Pardon the hyperbole, but this is the most original bead laden, non sterling, largest nouveau deco ish necklace this person has ever designed and assembled. Massive! Sometimes one sees a piece of 'hardware', as in this circa 1890 brass Art Nouveau escutcheon with butterfly figural motif, and the creative person knows instantly what to create. Wear this bold original to your next art fund raising event or movie premiere and declare that you support artist created jewelry by wearing this original creation. Not signed so not to mar the collectible integrity of the antique chest plate, but artist documentation with photo will accompany this piece.

6 different glass elements were employed: tortoise, etched, deco, ceramic, iridescent, fluted, black, celadon green, most if not all hand made beads for a total of 69. The individually metal threaded beads form a chevron shape design that will cover your chest for that stunning statement!
The antique escutcheon with keyhole is 4 3/4" wide X 1 3/4" north to south, and 1/16" thick.
The longest middle dangle has 9 stations for a total of 6".
The etched plated brass chain is 16 1/2" and includes a swivel clasp.
This weighs 6 ounces! Sure to become a collectible.

$15 USPS Priority/Ins/Track or Free w/ USA Ck or USPS MO.
Please collect with confidence after reviewing the dozens of Trocadero verified testimonials then view all extreme closeups as all Qs will be answered here in lieu of email reply. Legal: All Images Design Concept Content Text owned by Mimi Dee.

This jewelry artist who also paints oils, has made fiber art to wear garments in the past, does not duplicate, and has exhibited signed studio metalwork in various juried art shows, more recently since 1990 to present.
Although this piece is not signed, it will be accompanied by a signed image of this most original theatrical piece that can be noticed across any room.