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Trifari Enamel Leaf Necklace. This Beautiful 1980’s Gold Tone necklace is 16” long. The Enamel piece is 3” wide with Elegant Leaf loops at the end of each side of the chains so that is flows very nicely. Please ZOOM in so that you can get the complete appreciation of the amazing Quality and Beauty of the Enamel and the entire piece. I have supplied photos of both stamps on item.

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Trifari (TKF, or Trifari, Krussman & Fishel), 1918 - present: Luigi Trifari, a goldsmith and producer of fine jewelry in Italy, taught his grandson Gustavo well. He emigrated to the U.S. and for several years worked as a designer in New York City. Trifari & Trifari was born in about 1910, in partnership with his uncle. The firm produced costume jewelry but lasted only two years, after which Gustavo founded his own company, Trifari. In 1917, Leo Krussman joined the company, forming the Trifari and Krussman Company. Carl Fishel came aboard in the early 1920's, and the company changed its name to Trifari, Krussman & Fishel (or TKF). Alfred Philippe, who worked and designed jewelry for Trifari from 1930 to 1968, was formerly a designer of fine jewelry, including pieces for Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels. His influence led the company to innovative design and world-class status. Trifari jewelry is excellent quality, and Philippe pieces (especially crown brooches), jelly bellies and Clip Mates are among the most coveted. All of their vintage jewelry is wonderful, though, and highly collectible!!! !

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