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Vintage Crown Trifari Clip-On Dangle Earrings - Mod Two-Tone White Enamel Gold Earrings

Vintage Crown Trifari Clip-On Dangle Earrings - Mod Two-Tone White Enamel Gold Earrings

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Closure: Clip-on
  • Materials: metal, white enamel
  • Favorited by: 26 people
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Beautiful vintage Crown Trifari signed dangle clip-on earrings. Mod two-tone White Enamel and Gold Tone metal mid century costume jewelry earrings in Great Condition. These Mod statement earrings are a perfect addition to your vintage wardrobe!

Vintage early Trifari, signed with Crown Trifari designer maker's mark, dating it pre-1955.

Size: 1.8" x 0.75"
Maker's Mark: "Trifari" - with Crown over T, no copyright - Crown Trifari
Date: pre-1955

As with most vintage and antique items, these earrings show usage wear. There is some wear at the join. Otherwise in great condition!

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TRIFARI costume jewelry, originally “Trifari & Trifari” (and later “Trifari, Krussman & Fishel” and finally “Trifari”) was founded by Gustavo Trifari in 1910. Trifari & Trifari dominated the costume jewelry era. Like most jewelers during World War II, Trifari switched to Sterling Silver pieces and patriotic themed pins. First Lady Mamie Eisenhower wore Trifari pieces to both inaugural balls in the ‘50s. Trifari jewelry is always monographed and the Crown Trifari maker’s mark (used from 1937 to 1969) is highly sought after as an indicator of classic vintage Trifari.

To avoid tarnishing and keep that jewelry shining, clean gently with warm water and mild soap. Dry with a soft cloth. Store out of sunlight and in a jewelry bag or lined jewelry box. Enjoy your vintage earrings!
Beautiful vintage Crown Trifari signed dangle clip-on earrings. Mod two-tone White Enamel and Gold Tone metal mid century costume jewelry earrings in Great Condition. These Mod statement earrings are a perfect addition to your vintage wardrobe!

Vintage early Trifari, signed with Crown Trifari designer maker's mark, dating it pre-1955.

Size: 1.8" x 0.75"
Maker's Mark: "Trifari" - with Crown over T, no copyright - Crown Trifari
Date: pre-1955

As with most vintage and antique items, these earrings show usage wear. There is some wear at the join. Otherwise in great condition!

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TRIFARI costume jewelry, originally “Trifari & Trifari” (and later “Trifari, Krussman & Fishel” and finally “Trifari”) was founded by Gustavo Trifari in 1910. Trifari & Trifari dominated the costume jewelry era. Like most jewelers during World War II, Trifari switched to Sterling Silver pieces and patriotic themed pins. First Lady Mamie Eisenhower wore Trifari pieces to both inaugural balls in the ‘50s. Trifari jewelry is always monographed and the Crown Trifari maker’s mark (used from 1937 to 1969) is highly sought after as an indicator of classic vintage Trifari.

To avoid tarnishing and keep that jewelry shining, clean gently with warm water and mild soap. Dry with a soft cloth. Store out of sunlight and in a jewelry bag or lined jewelry box. Enjoy your vintage earrings!

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