This incredible, c:1935, mint, vintage, Deco, Theodor Farhner brooch has been repurposed to hold 16 strands of emerald. The brooch has sterling flowers accented with marcasites and holds two emerald colored glass cabochons that are of amazing quality.
Theodor Fahrner was a well known German Jewelry designer and his pieces are highly collectable and sought after. Signed TF in a small circle and 925.
The entire brooch is 2.25" x 1.25". The glass cabs are 3/8". All the marcasites are in place. This glorious piece is in amazing condition and a real beauty. The emerald strands are 1 1/4" when worn.
This piece only needs a wrist measurement to be finished with a sterling slide tube clasp, sterling French wire and sterling crimps.
To measure for a perfect fit, measure the circumference of your "bracelet" arm 2.5" down from the top of the knob on your wrist toward your elbow, where the longest strands of the bracelet would lay. Measure in inches or centimeters with the measuring tape just slightly snug and no gap in the tape. I allow room with the given measurement. Measuring photos will be provided upon purchase.
Your custom bracelet will ship within 1 week via USPS Priority Mail.
INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS: Please note that the postal service may take up to 15 business days to deliver your parcel. If you desire another method of shipping, please contact me prior to checkout.
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