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Original Vintage: Silver Tone Diamante and Red Stone Flower Spray Brooch by Sir Norman Hartnell


Dating from: 1950s


Signed: Norman Hartnell

Sir Norman Hartnell KCVO (12 June 1901 – 8 June 1979) was a leading British fashion designer best known for his work for the ladies of the Royal Family. Hartnell gained the Royal Warrant as dressmaker to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother in 1940 and Royal Warrant dressmaker to Queen Elizabeth II in 1957.


Features: The flower spray has three leaves set with clear stones with red stones running along the middle, each leaf is tipped with diamanté claw set stones. There are also two flowers made of round clear claw set stones, with a stylized stem.


Closure: security pin lock



Width2 ½” (6.5 cm)

Depth ½” (1 cm)


Made of silver tone metal probably rhodium

This collectible brooch comes in a Rock Rollies Branded box.


Vintage Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition:

Vintage items are not new they date back to a particular era, some have survived in amazing condition, while others may show some signs of age, but we feel they still deserve to make it into our collection. Therefore, we have listed our items into three Conditions:


  • Excellent Vintage Condition: Means the item is in great shape for its age. (Most of our stock will fall into this category)


    Sir Norman Hartnell Signed Brooch

    SKU: WJE054
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