1960s Weiss Multicolor Rhinestone Bow Brooch

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This 1960s Weiss Multicolor rhinestone bow brooch is so dazzling! The rhinestones have a rainbow color scheme and are in the shape of a bow; a perfect color pop piece to dress up a hat, scarf, coat or on a shirt collar! The piece measures 2 inches by 2 inches the longest. The maker 'Wiess' is stamped on the back of the brooch. This piece has some minor wear, all rhinestones are intact. Some rhinestones have darkened and faded. Does not effect the wearability of the piece! Sold As-Is.

About Weiss:

Before Albert Weiss founded his own costume-jewelry company in 1942, he learned the tricks of the trade as a designer for Coro in the 1930s. Weiss excelled at floral and figural brooches and earrings—the company also made numerous styles of bracelets and necklaces. Weiss is perhaps best known for its use of smoky rhinestones. The company was also one of the first to use Swarovski’s polychromatic aurora borealis crystals, which were created with Dior in the 1950s. Earrings and pins in its Skyline brand are comparable to those in the Eisenberg Ice line. (Cited from Collectors Weekly)