The ultimate irony of rush hour – there doesn't seem to be much rushing, rather more waiting. Also ironic: our black jeweled sash pin sitting happily at front and center of the design is actually an early 20th century mourning brooch, worn by Victorian women in strict pursuance of dress codes following the death of a loved one. Encircling the meaningful and beautiful centerpiece are three strands of faceted fire agate beads, their vibrant, crackled pattern and color bringing life and action to a wonderfully wearable design. A black jeweled clasp from India sits at back, approximately 19” long overall.
See How We'd Wear It here.