A classic beauty this gold plated flower and stem is a classic example of style and elegance. Machine tooled petals are burnished with shiny edges, centre and stem.
Safety catch pin, signed Trifari.
5 x 6 cm.
Good condition with some wear on the reverse.
Your brooch will be gift wrapped in our seasonal packaging.
Trifari was founded in the 1920s by Gustovo Triafri and its jewellery has been admired and respected globally for almost 100 years.
Authentic Trifari jewelry is typically marked with "Jewels by Trifari," "TKF" (for Trifari, Krussman & Fishel), or "Trifari," depending on when it was made.
According to Collector's Weekly, "Beginning in the 1930s, Trifari worked with Broadway and Hollywood producers to craft custom designs for famous actors, a clever move to boost its jewellery’s status. But the true success of Trifari jewellery, and the reason for its collectibility today, is most often credited to French designer Alfred Philippe, the company’s chief designer from 1930 until 1968. His use of invisible settings for stones, which he originally developed for Van Cleef & Arpels, added a level of craftsmanship and technique that had not been previously seen in costume jewellery".