It is hallmaked: sterling. Measures: 2-3/4" x 2-1/4"
Reference: Jewels of Fantasy, Costsume Jewelry of the 20th Century, Deanna Farneti Cera, editor Harry Abrams, Inc, New York 1992, p. 179 Item # 309
This brooch is gold plated in two different tones and with blue-cut stones, depicts the face of a woman. It is hallmarked sterling.
This brooch was figured in "WWD", June 26, 1942, which said that: " A small collection of exotically styled sterling silver jewelry, chiefly big pins was being introduced by Evans Case Co."
Ref: A Tribute to America, Costume Jewelry 1935-1950, by Carla Ginelli Bruinalti and robert Brunialti, Edita, January 2002 page 226.
REF: WSarman's Costume Jewelry Figurals, Identification and Price Guide, by Kathy Flood, Krause Publications, 2007 P. 106
Dimensions: 3 5/16" x 1 3/4"
Dimensions: 1 1/4" x 1 7/8"
Hallmark: Reja Sterling
Hallmark: Reja, sterling
Dimensions: 2 5/8" x 1 5/8"
Condition : Excellent
Ref: Brunialti, American Costume Jewelry p. 211-212. Excellent condition. It is 2.5" x 1 1/4" .
There is an example of this pin on page 207 of Costume Jewelry by Judith Miller in the amount of $630.00-$690.00
There are no hallmarks on the pin bit it has been tested silver. The pin has a c-clasp in working condition but it may not be original.
The stones are orange Campsie Fells jasper, green and red bloodstone from the Isle of rum, deep red carnelian agate from Glenfarg in Perthshire. Fantastic workmanship! C clasp is in good working condition.