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Carl Art Jewelry

Brooch / Pin, Carl Art, Sterling Silver with Blue Sapphire & Clear Rhinestones, Vintage

Brooch / Pin, Carl Art, Sterling Silver with Blue Sapphire & Clear Rhinestones, Vintage

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  • Pattern:  Vintage Carl Art Brooch, Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue & Clear Rhinestones, Circle Brooch, Signed
  • Brand:  Carl Art Jewelry Co.
  • Vintage:  circa 1950's
  • Details:  Another perfect Estate Sale find, this exquisite brooch from Carl Art Jewelry is an example of clean, mid-century design.  With its sterling silver base and shimmering marquee cut sapphire blue rhinestones and round clear rhinestones, it's an elegant and timeless piece that exudes class and sophistication.   It is marked Stainless and has the "CA", Carl Art Jewelry mark.  Carl Art Jewelry is timeless, rare in design, and highly collectible.
  • Materials:  Sterling Silver and Rhinestones
  • Dimensions: 1.25 inches in Diameter
  • Condition:  Vintage - Used.  Very Good Vintage Condition.  We could find no issues except it could use a good cleaning.  Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  All Sales Final.  Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show scratches, wear and tear and imperfections.  

The Carl Art Jewelry Company started by Carl Schraysshuen, a German immigrant, and American businessman Arthur Loercher, was founded in 1936 in Providence, Rhode Island.   They manufactured gold, gold-filled, and sterling silver jewelry for sale under their own brand name as well as for other companies, such as:  Walter Lampl, A&Z, and Bliss Brothers.  In 1953 Schraysshuen died and his half of the company was sold, the company ceased to exist in 1976.  Re-named Carl Art, Inc., in 1981 they merged with Vargas Manufacturing, and then became part of the Uncas Company in 1996.  Carl Schraysshuen designed 42 jewelry patents, many of which are flowing floral creations, all of the Carl Art patents expired by 1992.

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