"Marnie" Bracelet ReviveAmor Lacy Schoen, designer

Edwardian Amethyst Rhinestone and Brass Brooch Bracelet  

Victorian Runway Collection "Marnie" $149.99

Victorian / Edwardian (early 1900s) Brooch nested on reclaimed black soft leather, with dyed, suede spotted frame around brooch. (wear with pin side up to prevent pricking the skin (I never deface the historical pieces I work with. This will work just fine with the pin up)

Leather is 1 1/8" wide
Brooch is 1 5/8" x 5/8"
Solid brass buckle closure with 3 holes for sizability

History: Amethyst is a quartz stone that became very popular starting in 1800s. In the 1900s, it became a go-to stone for high-end jewelry designers. You will often see it in antique jewelry, especially Victorian. Amethyst was often duplicated in glass and rhinestones, as in this piece. This brooch piece is in excellent condition. Amethyst is the birthstone of February.

The price includes shipping in the Continental U.S. only.

Shipping outside of the Continental U.S.? Please email (contact@cindyharr.com) us and we will get the lowest cost for the best way available for your destination.

We welcome your purchase!



"Marnie" Bracelet ReviveAmor Lacy Schoen, designer

$ 149.99
"Marnie" Bracelet ReviveAmor Lacy Schoen, designer "Marnie" Bracelet ReviveAmor Lacy Schoen, designer "Marnie" Bracelet ReviveAmor Lacy Schoen, designer "Marnie" Bracelet ReviveAmor Lacy Schoen, designer "Marnie" Bracelet ReviveAmor Lacy Schoen, designer
"Marnie" Bracelet ReviveAmor Lacy Schoen, designer "Marnie" Bracelet ReviveAmor Lacy Schoen, designer "Marnie" Bracelet ReviveAmor Lacy Schoen, designer "Marnie" Bracelet ReviveAmor Lacy Schoen, designer "Marnie" Bracelet ReviveAmor Lacy Schoen, designer

"Marnie" Bracelet ReviveAmor Lacy Schoen, designer

$ 149.99
$ 149.99

Edwardian Amethyst Rhinestone and Brass Brooch Bracelet  

Victorian Runway Collection "Marnie" $149.99

Victorian / Edwardian (early 1900s) Brooch nested on reclaimed black soft leather, with dyed, suede spotted frame around brooch. (wear with pin side up to prevent pricking the skin (I never deface the historical pieces I work with. This will work just fine with the pin up)

Leather is 1 1/8" wide
Brooch is 1 5/8" x 5/8"
Solid brass buckle closure with 3 holes for sizability

History: Amethyst is a quartz stone that became very popular starting in 1800s. In the 1900s, it became a go-to stone for high-end jewelry designers. You will often see it in antique jewelry, especially Victorian. Amethyst was often duplicated in glass and rhinestones, as in this piece. This brooch piece is in excellent condition. Amethyst is the birthstone of February.

The price includes shipping in the Continental U.S. only.

Shipping outside of the Continental U.S.? Please email (contact@cindyharr.com) us and we will get the lowest cost for the best way available for your destination.

We welcome your purchase!