DescriptionMcCLELLAND BARCLAY sterling lily brooch and clip back earrings in matte sterling, brooch 3-1/8" and earrings 3/4". The brooch weighs 1.2 ounces and the earrings are 0.2 ounces. McClelland BARCLAY was both an illustrator and a designer. Born in 1891, he painted and made sculptural utilitarian pieces and decorative objects for the home, as well as wonderful jewelry. His design sense was magnificent, and his rhinestone jewelry is well known and collected. I prefer his Arts and Crafts influenced sterling jewelry pieces are which beautifully made but harder to find.
Sadly, he died in World War II. Most of his sterling jewelry was made in 1942 and 1943. View Product #X24391
All items in excellent vintage condition unless otherwise noted.
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