Gorgeous openwork, almost mesh design of a modern flower. Perfect for a lapel on a wedding suit or on a plain dress.
The open style allows for the colour of your garment to shine through. A boy does this brooch shine. Gold plated Monet is the best, baby!
I believe this is a 1980s piece based on the signature, however, many styles were produced from the 1960s non-stop. I will find out its name and date of origin.
Previously known as Monocraft, Monet began as a business offering monograms for handbags and luggage. Its clean and impactful designs appealed to a postwar clientele. From the late 1940s it began to design and manufacturer iconic brooches and jewellery.
In the 1980s Monet designed pieces and collections for Yves St Laurent.
It is highly collectible as its quality and workship is second to none.
This brooch is 22ct triple gold plated. The braided tendrils provide a textured appearance and bounce the light effectively. It is a classic style that is reimagined in an almost fabric or tassel feel.
Thanks to triple-plating, it's not unusual for Monet pieces to last for decades without showing signs of wear on the finish.
5 cm diameter with length including stem 6 cm
Even heavy brooches can be worn on modern garments using a supportive brooch sponge. FIND OUT HOW
Your brooch will include a complimentary sponge and will be packed securely and decoratively.
Special gift wrapping can be purchased at checkout.