This vintage, Matl style brooch has been repurposed to hold fifteen strands of intense amethyst gemstones and 990 silver beads.
This piece feels very 'old Mexico', very flattering and feminine when worn.
The sterling brooch, ca: 1940, is in imitation of a Matilde Poulat piece. The central stone is a smooth, rectangular amethyst cabochon. There are three round coral beads and thirty one round turquoise beads. The section with the coral beads is articulated and attached with rings. From there, three pendants dangle and move as you move.
The brooch measures 2.75" to the end of the dangling pendants. It is 1.5/8" in width. The gemstone strands are approximately 1.25" in width, when worn.
This piece just requires your wrist measurement to be completed with a sterling French wire, crimps and a custom locking slide tube clasp.
To measure for a perfect fit, use our measuring diagram and instructions, included with the photographs.
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