VINTAGE 1980s Danecraft Pave Crystal Encrusted Nautical Fish Brooch

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Danecraft Brilliant Blue and Green Enamel and Clear Pave Crystal Nautical Fish Brooch
In 1934, Victor Primavera Sr. founded the Danecraft Corporation in Providence, R.I. In the 1940s Danecraft began manufacturing a large amount of silver jewelry and silver beads with varied exquisite designs often inspired by nature.
In the 1980’s, the company continued to expand and diversify their jewelry designs and production by creating jewelry and silver beads in various classifications: one of them being the unique and elegant styling of the “Whimsical & Novelty Pins“ line. Skilled craftsman are still working at the company using precious metals in designing and producing the same high quality fashion jewelry that the Primavera family has been known for throughout its history. Their costume jewelry of sterling silver and gold metal content is sold in better department stores throughout the USA and other vintage pieces like this one are now highly collectible.
Here we have a stunning piece of jewelry, from Danecraft’s 1980s ‘Whimsical and Novelty Pins Collection’, with brilliant colors that literally glow, embellished with sparkling, pave crystals that truly dazzle, uniquely designed in an eye-catching pattern, to form this large statement brooch.

This piece is in excellent vintage condition (never worn) and would be an excellent addition to your summer and travel wardrobe, or would make a fabulous gift.

This brooch is signed Danecraft and measures 2.25″H x 2.5″W and weighs .8 oz.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/629286733/vintage-1980s-worthington-brilliant-blue?ref=listing_published_alert

Please take a look at the other nautical pieces in our shop!

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