VINTAGE 1930s BEJEWELED STAR BROOCH // Dazzling Pastel Austrian Pave Crystals in Silver Mid Century Brooch

Brooches Star Jeweled Cluster 01 w textStar and Staret jewelry was originally produced by the Star Novelty Company, Inc. of Chicago. The company began making costume jewelry, marked: “STAR” in 1925-1940. The company changed its name to Staret in the 1940s. Staret jewelry pieces are known for their exuberant design and exceptional use of enameling and high quality rhinestones. The style and sometimes excessively showy shapes of costume jewelry, recalls to mind, the more famous jewels of Eisenberg & Sons. The quality of Staret designs is good quality, with some pieces being exceptional with better quality of workmanship and design. The company ceased operations in 1947.

This superb 1930s STAR *signed* Silver Pastel Pave Crystal Brooch is nearly 90 years old and is still in beautiful vintage condition. It really dazzles with spectacular rainbow of colors sparkling and shining. There are gorgeous crystals in pink, green and blue pastels in a mirror like silver tone leaf setting. It has a secure roll over clasp on the reverse and is signed STAR. This piece would be the perfect addition to your heirloom jewelry collection. It would also make the perfect gift for collectors and vintage jewelry lovers!

This brooch is signed STAR on the reverse side of the brooch. It measures 2″L x 1.5″W and is in great vintage condition.

Please take a look at the other vintage brooches available in our store!

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One Comment Add yours

  1. knsander97 says:

    Absolutely goregous


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