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This is a fabulous pair of vintage Hattie Carnegie clip-on dangling rhinestone earrings. They resemble Christmas bells, with a moving clapper. They do not ring, but you gotta love the movement that adds sparkle.
These sparking bright rhinestones are set in rhodium plated findings. All of the rhinestones are quality prong set stones. They are exactly what you would expect from high end designer jewelry.
MARKS: Both of clip-ons are signed "Carnegie" with no copyright mark.
CONDITION: Excellent pre-owned condition. All stones are bright with no dead stones. The finish is exceptional. Ready to wear.
SIZE: Length is 1-1/2” long.
HISTORY: Hattie Carnegie was a fashion designer in New York City from the 1920's to the 1960's. Her earliest jewelry was designed to complement her clothing line. When marked, her jewelry is signed "Hattie Carnegie" or "Carnegie" or "HC" inside an oval. Her designs were always considered unique since she did not follow the trends of the larger jewelry makers of her era. It is said that Joan Crawford, the movie star, bought and wore many of her designs. Carnegie passed away in 1956, and the company was run by Larry Josephs until the 1970.
***AS AN ADDED NOTE: These pictures were all taken with a zoom lens so they look larger than they actually are. Please check the actual measurements.
Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: clear rhinestones / rhodium, Size: 1-1/2" long
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