Though vintage, this modernistic flower is most unusual in style and appearance. Orange Confetti is a definite conversation piece of costume jewelry art work!
Developed in the 1930s, the clear acrylic plastic branded as Lucite became an extremely popular material for costume jewelry starting in the 1950s. Less expensive to produce than most and more stable under all conditions, Lucite made earlier jewelry plastics obsolete. As it grew in popularity, sea shells, rhinestones and glitter as well as other items were added to the plastic used to make the jewelry. So here is a vintage piece in silver tone, with orange Lucite and glitter called “confetti stone” mixed with orange faceted rhinestones and faux pink pearls for that extra pop. Measuring almost 2 1/2 inches in length and 1 5/8 inches in width, this highly detailed modernistic flower is most unusual in style and appearance. Orange Confetti is a definite conversation piece of costume jewelry art work!
Please remember this is a piece of vintage or retro jewelry. Most of it is used and will show some signs of “normal wear” that comes with age. We are very careful not to destroy any patina that may have formed as we think it adds to the beauty of these pieces. Of course you may want to polish or clean off the patina, and that is totally up to you. As we describe each piece if we find any flaws or defects we will point them out in the description. If we have replaced clasps or made other repairs, we will also note these in the description.