Gibson Girl Lady Face Brooch
"The Gibson girl was the personification of the feminine ideal of a physical attractiveness as portrayed in the pen and ink drawings of artist Charles Dana Gibson during a 20 year period that spanned the late 19th and early 20th Century in the United States"
This lovely brooch is not from as late as that period but ever since from time to time the Gibson girl image is revived. The ceramic brooch measures 5cms x 3.5cms. It is in very good condition...probably from the 60's - 70's....difficult to date hand made pieces exactly.There is a roll over safety clasp to the back. Her oval portrait is finished with a pink bow and she is framed with gold tone scrolling. Gift boxed by Vintageonline.