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Art Deco Enamel Tulip Brooch with Multicolored Stones

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Item Vin74 Description Art Deco Enamel Tulip Brooch with Multicolored Stones Art Deco Enamel Tulip Brooch with Multicolour Stones, dated early 1930s. The sturdily constructed of heavy, ornately cast brass, is hand-enameled in varying shades of green and has colorful Czech accent stones on the leaves and the tips of the petals of the flower. Alfred Philippe of Trifari borrowed this design and patented it, with some minor modifications, as a fur clip in 1939 - see Brunialti, "American Costume Jewelry 1935-1950, pp. 103-104. It measures 2.5 inches high x just over 2 inches wide and is in excellent condition with only one small spot of enamel loss.


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