Vintage Warner DAY AND NIGHT Mechanical Flower Brooch Pin Signed Gold Tone. This unique piece transforms to match any occasion. Sliding the upper leaf opens the peony showing the delicate inner petals and pearl-like center. It is signed and highly collectible, especially in this particular Warner line. I'm open to offers and, please, do not hesitate to contact me.Joseph Warner founded his namesake company in 1953. Very little information is available about this business, other than Warner being a sole proprietor and that the company closed its doors in the early 1970s. The jewelry made by Warner was usually embellished with high-quality rhinestones. Several pieces were produced with a.
(matte black) finish to the metalwork that allows stones to sparkle, but both silver- and gold-plating were also used. Some pieces marked Warner, including their popular cat pins. And Christmas trees, resemble those of other brands. It is not yet clear to jewelry historians whether this is due to Warner manufacturing for others, or vice versa. It is challenging to attribute similar unmarked pieces to Warner for this reason.Warner's Christmas designs offer several different styles of. Although the earrings are often unmarked. One particular piece that sells for a bit more than average is a. It is likely a "day to night" brooch meant to be worn closed for day wear and open to reveal a cluster of rhinestones for a more glamorous evening look.