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Vintage Pink Rhinestone Hair Comb, Fuchsia Rhinestone Hair Clip, Rhinestone Hair Accessory, Rhinestone Hair Comb, Vintage Bridal Jewelry

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Fabulous Pink rhinestone hair comb. Rich, Vibrant, shimmering rhinestones come together to create this fabulous piece. Very unique & Feminine............ Handmade and prong set. The comb is slightly curved to fit snugly in your hair. So much better in person.................The simplest of attire will be transformed by any of these stunning pieces! The rhinestone setting measures 3 inches wide and 1.20 inches in length. The comb under the rhinestones measures 3 inches wide and 1.50 in length.

This will be mailed priority mail with tracking,insurance and gift boxed. I will check all the stones and clean them prior to being shipped.

Please note that I am not a professional photographer and these pieces have not been cleaned prior to being photographed. They stones are so brilliant I can not get a picture of them if they are cleaned prior to taking the photo.

Please visit my daughters shop for more fabulous Czech treasures: Mamasaysgo
https://www.etsy.com/shop/MamaSaysGo

Please visit my sisters shop for luxurious hand made linens: MamaandGirls
https://www.etsy.com/shop/MamaandGirls

FYI
For centuries, the foundries of old Czechoslovakia have been renowned for their impressive crystal, glass and jewelry craftsmanship. This rhinestone comb comes directly from Jablonec, Czechoslovakia which was formerly called Gablonze before WWII. (Many of the Jewelry houses closed during the war.)

From 1925-1950s, Czech jewelry was heavily soldered, typically with copper or pot metal (a mixture of semi-precious metals). Often these pieces display maker’s marks indicating the district name of the jewelry company. Sometimes the word “Czech’ will appear on the back as well.

When they were made in the 1920s to the 1950s, film stars had first begun to set popular taste and their luxurious jewels were duplicated best of all by the Czechs. The nation was Bohemia prior to World War I, remember, and they had centuries of expertise in creating and setting the finest crystal gems.

The dots of solder on the reverses aren't actually repairs, but preventive strengthening measures undertaken to prevent potential damage. In 1918 the Czechs and Slovaks united. They were finally freed from the rule of Austria and Hungary. The land in which they live became the Czech Republic on January 1st, 1993. Prior to WW I, the jewelry from this area was called Bohemian and often not marked. After WW I, the jewelry was marked with Czecho, Czecho-slovakia, Czechoslovakia, Czech or Made in Czechoslovakia.

Please enjoy your unique and colorful statement piece, remembering that the Czech style was bold, unusual, & often asymmetrical in design.
Fabulous Pink rhinestone hair comb. Rich, Vibrant, shimmering rhinestones come together to create this fabulous piece. Very unique & Feminine............ Handmade and prong set. The comb is slightly curved to fit snugly in your hair. So much better in person.................The simplest of attire will be transformed by any of these stunning pieces! The rhinestone setting measures 3 inches wide and 1.20 inches in length. The comb under the rhinestones measures 3 inches wide and 1.50 in length.

This will be mailed priority mail with tracking,insurance and gift boxed. I will check all the stones and clean them prior to being shipped.

Please note that I am not a professional photographer and these pieces have not been cleaned prior to being photographed. They stones are so brilliant I can not get a picture of them if they are cleaned prior to taking the photo.

Please visit my daughters shop for more fabulous Czech treasures: Mamasaysgo
https://www.etsy.com/shop/MamaSaysGo

Please visit my sisters shop for luxurious hand made linens: MamaandGirls
https://www.etsy.com/shop/MamaandGirls

FYI
For centuries, the foundries of old Czechoslovakia have been renowned for their impressive crystal, glass and jewelry craftsmanship. This rhinestone comb comes directly from Jablonec, Czechoslovakia which was formerly called Gablonze before WWII. (Many of the Jewelry houses closed during the war.)

From 1925-1950s, Czech jewelry was heavily soldered, typically with copper or pot metal (a mixture of semi-precious metals). Often these pieces display maker’s marks indicating the district name of the jewelry company. Sometimes the word “Czech’ will appear on the back as well.

When they were made in the 1920s to the 1950s, film stars had first begun to set popular taste and their luxurious jewels were duplicated best of all by the Czechs. The nation was Bohemia prior to World War I, remember, and they had centuries of expertise in creating and setting the finest crystal gems.

The dots of solder on the reverses aren't actually repairs, but preventive strengthening measures undertaken to prevent potential damage. In 1918 the Czechs and Slovaks united. They were finally freed from the rule of Austria and Hungary. The land in which they live became the Czech Republic on January 1st, 1993. Prior to WW I, the jewelry from this area was called Bohemian and often not marked. After WW I, the jewelry was marked with Czecho, Czecho-slovakia, Czechoslovakia, Czech or Made in Czechoslovakia.

Please enjoy your unique and colorful statement piece, remembering that the Czech style was bold, unusual, & often asymmetrical in design.

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Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
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If I made an error in the description. I accept returns on items you did not find to be as described, for up to 7 days after the original date of delivery. Please contact me within 3 days of delivery to inquire about the return and where to send it. All items need to be returned with a tracking number. I will refund your purchase and your shipping expense to return it. In buyer's remorse cases, returns will not be accepted. If the item arrives as described and you break it, I will not be held accountable. The items I sell are old and fragile.
If the item arrives broken send me pictures immediately with an ETSY conversation.

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PLEASE ALLOW EXTRA TIME AND PATIENCE FOR DELIVERY DURING THE HOLIDAYS.
All orders will be sent through United States Postal Service (U.S.P.S.) Priority Mail or First Class mail after the store receives payment. Insurance is included in the shipping cost.

All items will be SHIPPED to your ETSY ADDRESS unless asked, or otherwise stated by the buyer in a ETSY conversation. If you have moved and not changed your address on ETSY you may or may not receive your purchase. If it is returned to me additional postage will have to be paid.

We "can not" and "will not" be held responsible for postal delays, lost, or damaged packages, as we have "NO" Control over the delivery time & method(s) of the United States Postal Services (U.S.P.S.). Thank you for your understanding regarding this matter.

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I am in a small rural town with two shipping options, USPS and UPS. ETSY does not discount postage for UPS. If you prefer to ship UPS please send me a conversation. Do not ever send me your FED EX account number.

Meet the owner of MeAndMoma

LEANNE DAVIES

FAQs

My Grandmother taught me to use plain toothpaste and an old soft toothbrush to clean jewelry. Both the costume and the good stuff.........I have always done this, because she told me to.......However, I was watching an episode of Antique Roadshow one night and they said the same thing! When I heard that I just grinned and thought of her. Its getting hard to find toothpaste without any additives but I go to a dollar store and can find it there. Remember to wash your jewelry and trees over a bowl just in case a stone comes out.

Vintage Pink Rhinestone Hair Comb, Fuchsia Rhinestone Hair Clip, Rhinestone Hair Accessory, Rhinestone Hair Comb, Vintage Bridal Jewelry

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: Prong set rhinestone, Vintage, Non plated brass setting
  • Favorited by: 4 people
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