This Sandor brooch is likely from 1939 as it shows the SANDOR stamp used at the time.
It features a gold tone rose bud, its closed bloom covered in yellow enamel, and its stem and leaves are an earthy olive green. This beautiful, classic brooch wears well and is part of costume jewelry history.
The piece is in great condition, especially considering its age. The enamel shows only minor wear consistent with vintage jewelry, and the pin mechanism is fully functional.
The pin is 3” long
Sandor Goldberger founded Sandor in 1938 in the US. Known for his pastel flowers made of silver, decorated with enamel and rhinestone. The company closed in 1972.