A flower shaped brooch featuring three rows of small etched petals accented by 6 faux pearls on the center by Lisner. The brooch is affixed with a locking c clasp attachment and measures 1 1/2" across. The maker is unknown and the condition is very good, with no flaws.
From Collector's Weekly: For nearly 30 years after its 1904 founding, Lisner imported and sold Elsa Schiaparelli's Parisian jewelry in the United States. In the '30s, the company achieved a higher profile by finally selling its own designs that employed Dupont's new colored acrylic plastic called Lucite, as well as clear and colored rhinestones (particularly aurora borealis) and lava stones, as well as chromed, silver-plated, and black japanned metal.
Gold Tone refers to a base metal that has been colored gold on the surface, but has no measurable gold content. Gold tone jewelry is not recommended for people with sensitivity to nickle or other types of metals, as it can cause a rash.