Elzac Maybe Horse Bronco Rider Pin Brooch c1940 Vintage Jewelry
The Elzac Company (a combination formed from partners Elliot Handler and Zachary Zemby) made whimsical jewelry from lucite, ceramic and wood in the 1940s (primarily because metal was scarce during the war) and their jewelry has become highly collectible. Usually not marked, the jewelry is generally so distinct that it doesn't need one to be recognized.
This pin incorporates lucite, pipe cleaners and twine, along with a doll-like face on the rider. I believe it may be made by Elzac but am not 100% positive. Generally their pieces included ceramic material, but not always. The pin measures 2-1/8 x 1-7/8 inches and other than a scratch on the horse's mane, is in very good vintage condition. I acquired numerous other Elzac-type pieces in a collection recently, and will be listing more as time allows. These are always a great addition to a vintage jewelry collection!
It will be shipped in a gift box.