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Dress Clips and Fur Clips
Vintage Marcel Boucher Art Deco Sapphire Rhinestone Fur Clip: This stunning vintage art deco fur clip from Marcel Boucher is a collectors dream! The gold plated fur clip is adorned with a spray of oval sapphire blue rhinestones and topped with a bevy of pave'd chaton rhinestones and a sprinkling of baguettes. The gold plating is bright and in wonderful condition, any flaws are reflections. the rhinestones have as much sparkle as the day they were made! Only the back shows mild wear. The brooch measures 1 1/2 by 1 1/4" and is signed Boucher.
Vintage Czech Dress Clip Multi Color Rhinestones: This vintage Czech rhinestone dress clip is stunning! A large ( 18x13 mm) oval golden topaz rhinestone anchors the clip, with a ring of small multi color chaton rhinestones framing the stone. The outer stones are oval multi color rhinestones. The pot metal is dark silver tone and the clip mechanism is tight and secure. The colors are alive and brilliant. The dress clip measures 2 1/4 by 1 5/8" and is unsigned, but Czech in origin.
Vintage Reverse Carved Floral Apple Juice Bakelite Dress Clip: This fabulous bakelite dress clip is a mellow apple juice color, delicately carved and painted on the back with a bevy of colorful flowers. The front is also carved in a fluid pattern. The detail is lovely, the condition excellent. The clip measures 2 by 1 3/8". A hard to find piece you will be proud to add to your collection!
Trifari "Dew Drops" 1949 Green Fruit Salad Fur Clip: This fabulous and rare Trifari fur clip is from their 1949 "Dew Drops" collection, also referred to as fruit salad jewelry. The gold Trifanium setting is adorned with prong set molded glass flowers and leaves with a sprinkling of rhinestones. A lovely curled crescent is set with clear rhinestones. The fur clip mechanism features a roll over safety clasp on one side for added security when wearing. These pieces are getting increasingly hard to find. I also have the matching earrings to this piece, even harder to find than the fur clip! The matching necklace to this piece is shown in Brunialti's "A Tribute to America on page 146. The necklace was also shown in Vogue magazine in 1949. The clip measures 1 1/2 by 1 1/4" and is signed Trifari pat pend.
Vintage Green Marbled Celluloid Leaf Dress Clip: This lovely vintage dress clip is crafted in the shape of a leaf with carved accents. It is a lovely light green translucent celluloid piece with carved accents. The clip is silver tone metal and holds securely. it measures 1 3.4 by 1 3/8" and is unsigned.
Vintage Sterling Craft Coro Enamel Bee Fur Clip with Flowers: This charming vintage enamel fur clip from the 1940's is one half of a Coro duette clip. There were many variations made of the bees, but this one has a lovely bouquet of pink flowers. The details are amazing! The pale yellow wings are delicately brushed with colorful veining. The bee is adorned with rows of sparkling rhinestones, the top of the wings and many on the body are replacements due to the piece losing stones over time. The enamel is in very good shape, but much of the black has worn off the legs. The clip is crafted in gold plated sterling. There is normal plating wear to the back of the clip. The clip measures 1 7/8 by 1 3/8" and is signed Sterling Craft Coro. This little charmer is so much prettier than my pictures show!
Vintage Coro Pink Moon Glow Lucite with Enamel & Rhinestones Duette Clip: This gorgeous vintage 1941 Coro Duette Brooch/Clips from Gene Verrecchio features two sizes of shimmering pale pink moon glow lucite cabochons accented with sparkling chaton rhinestones and darker pink enamel painted ribbons, all set in silver tone metal. These pieces are amazing! The two dress clips slip off the brooch frame to wear separately, and the frame mechanism is in perfect condition. The brooch measures 3 by 1 1/4" when together. This piece is in wonderful condition, with no scratches on the lucite, no wear to the enamel and bright sparkling rhinestones. These fabulous Coro duettes are getting harder to find with the duette frame. There are several patents on the back, for the frame and clips, and the patent number of the piece is 125171.
Rare Kramer Blue & Green Rhinestone Butterfly Fur Clip: This stunning and rare vintage butterfly fur clip from Kramer features a bevy of blue and green rhinestones in different shades, all prong set in gold plated metal. The bordering stones on each wing are reversed, adding even more visual interest to an already luscious design! The interior stones feature navettes , teardrops and chatons in two shades of green and matching blue. The top wings of the butterfly curve inward and the smaller bottom wings curve out. The fur clip mechanism is tight and secure and the brooch is signed KRAMER. It measures 2 1/4 by 2".
Vintage Trifari Clip Mates Brooch Dress Clips: This stunning art deco Clip Mates brooch from Trifari dates from 1936-1938. The brooch features two individual dress clips attached to a slide mechanism to form one brooch, or divide to wear as a pair of clips, an innovative design for the times. The mechanism works well. Many of the tiny rhinestones have darkened with age, common on these pieces, but there is still an amazing amount of sparkle! The rhinestones are all original to the piece. The brooch measures 2 7/8 by 1 1/4", with each individual clip measuring 1 3/8 by 1 1/4". The brooch is marked Trifari, Pat No 2050804 and Clip Mates. The design was patented by Alfred Philippe.
Vintage Trifari Rose Gold Plated Rhinestone Floral Fur Clip: This stunning and rare vintage Trifari fur clip features a floral bouquet of three dimensional flowers in warm rose gold plating accented with tiny chaton rhinestones. The leaves are yellow gold plate accented with yet more chaton rhinestones. The design is graceful and elegant! The fur clip measures 4 by 2" and is signed with the Crown Trifari mark. There is normal light age wear to the plating. There are several gouges on the back of the clip which I have shown in one of the photos where someone tested for gold content. Unfortunately I am seeing this on more and more of the older pieces. I was unable to find a patent number for this piece, but would date to early 40's based on design style.
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