Vintage 1950s Diamante Flower Brooch

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Vintage diamante flower brooch 1950s. A large brooch in the shape of a spray of flowers and leaves, claw set with clear faceted rhinestones set in silver tone metal. This lovely brooch is in excellent vintage condition. This brooch measures 9cm in height and 4cm in width.

Vintage diamante flower brooch 1950s. A large brooch in the shape of a spray of flowers and leaves, claw set with clear faceted rhinestones set in silver tone metal. This lovely brooch is in excellent vintage condition. This brooch measures 9cm in height and 4cm in width.

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Ring Size Guide
UK US EUROPE Diameter (mm)
Size J 5 49 15.6mm
Size K 5 1/2 50 16.0mm
Size L 6 51 16.4mm
Size M 6 1/2 53 16.8mm
Size N 7 54 17.2mm
Size O 7 1/2 55 17.6mm
Size P 8 56 18.0mm
 
Bracelet Size Guide
WOMEN LENGTH
Petite 7"/ 17.7cm
Medium 7.5" / 19cm
Large 8.5" / 21.5cm
Extra Large 9" / 22.8
 
Necklace Length Guide
14" Necklace - fits just around then like a chocker.
16" Necklace - will fall around the base of the neck similar to a collar. The fall of the necklace will depend on the individual size of the wearers neck.
18" Necklace - will fall below the throat at the collarbone.
20" Necklace - will fall a few inches below the collar bone, this length is perfect for a lower neckline.
22" Necklace - will fall below a standard neckline.
24" Necklace - will fall below a standard neckline..
36" Necklace - will fall bellow the bust.

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