ELEGANT VINTAGE 1980s NAPIER Glistening Golden Oak Leaf Wreath Brooch

Brooch Trifari Gold Leaf Wreath 1 w text.jpgNapier’s collectibles include the unique early designed and manufactured simple, yet elegant line of costume jewelry. Napier was considered to be the oldest fashion jewelry house in the U.S. having been founded in 1875. Jones Apparel Group ceased operations of “NAPIER” jewelry in 1999. In that time it created jewelry with high style and superior craftsmanship updating the styling, quality and value for the modern American woman, ranging from career jewelry to casual wear and special occasion. Napier Jewelry is a brand name for an American Company known for its costume jewelry made affordable to everyone. In the 1920s Napier gained popularity for its sleek designs and geometric shapes and today the jewelry is just as popular and valuable.

These dancing oak leaves have been formed into a glistening wreath brooch that has the perfect dose of feminine flair. Its design is refined, elegant and stands up to the test of time. Oak leaves are a sign of longevity, endurance, power and noble presence. This detailed piece reminds one of Autumn…with towering cornstalks, potted mums, stacked pumpkins and the delicious treats of the season. It is a year round piece, however, and it is meant to be worn! It is perfect as a gracious token of appreciation for your Thanksgiving Day hostess, a decadent gift for nature lovers or as an addition to your own jewelry box!

This piece is signed Napier, measures 1.75″ in diameter and has a perfect, secure, roll over clasp. It is in excellent vintage condition.

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