BSK Jewelry Vintage Rhinestone Pin 1950s Blue Gold Swirl Brooch
This BSK designer signed brooch is an unusual but classic design that dates from the 1950-1960 era.
The B. Kaslo-Steinberg Co. of NY was in business from 1948 until the early 1980s and I must tell you, they made some fabulous unique designs that are seriously overlooked by collectors at the present time. Much of their mass production jewelry was rather generic, but pieces you should look for are their more stunning designs, like this brooch.
This vision in blue and gold has special appeal because the rhinestones are set spaced apart, allowing light to sparkle around the stones. The 4 mm chatons are Sapphire and light blue and the light blue stones have twinkling AB finishes. The brooch is made of satin rose gold metal and the gold leaf design is fanned out across the over lapping swirling domes.
This brooch has a light airy appearance and while it is a medium large design, it is not heavy to wear. It measures 2 1/4" long x 1 1/2" tall or 5.3 cm x 4 cm. You can get a better indication of size by looking at the photo of the brooch in my hand.
The entire pin, both front and back is sparkling clean. There is no residue on the rhinestones and all are present, original, and sparkling clear. There is no gold wear anywhere and no other flaws or imperfections. The brooch is exceptionally clean and pristine. The back has the original fine working safety clasp and the ©BSK cartouche.
Comes gift wrapped and shipped in a new presentation jewelry box.
You can add a gold brooch slider to convert this pin to a pendant by checking the box below. Sliders come with a pair of silicon stoppers to hold slider in place.