H W Fishel & Sons 1910s Rhinestone Vintage Bar Brooch

Featuring a clean and elegant design, this brooch dates from the 1910s and was created in America by H W Fishel and Sons.

Condition Report:

Good - One of the pave sapphire rhinestones features a small crack. This is visible upon inspection, but does not detract from the overall appeal of the piece. 


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The Details...

This bar brooch is made from 'Silverite' (it is stamped with this mark on the reverse). It is detailed with round clear rhinestones and pave sapphire rhinestones . The brooch fastens with a 'C' catch and the pin attaches to the brooch with a round hinge fitting. 

A Short History...

Bar brooches were an extremely popular accessory during the Edwardian era. Small and light, they were an affordable way to accessorise, especially if the piece was costume. They also worked perfectly with the fashions of the time - pinned to a high neck blouse of a cinched waistline. 

Wear it With...

This brooch is perfect for evening wear or a special occasion. It would look beautiful with a little black dress, but equally chic with a bridal gown, as the perfect 'something blue'.

  • Colour Silver, Blue, Diamante
  • Era 1910s
  • Occasion Bridal, Wedding Guest, Cocktail and Evening, The Festive Season
  • Trend Delicate and Demure, Edwardian Elegance