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The Jewels of India series was introduced in 1965 in "Town & Country" and "Harper's Bazaar". They are gold tone drop earrings with dangle balls decorated with tiny faux turquoise and coral stones.
These are spectacular and elegant earrings. They are a Trifari REPRODUCTION of the 1945 Alfred Philippe designed pieces, advertised in "Vogue" Magazine in 1945 as Jewels of Tanjore.
MARKS: They are signed on the back of the clip with the Crown Trifari © dating to the mid-1960's.
CONDITION: They are in fine pre-owned condition. Secure clips, very very clean finish and great stones. I see no flaws.
SIZE: Earrings are approx. 2 1/2" long, top to bottom.
HISTORY: Trifari has been in business since 1918. They really have staying power and are still operational! The Italian goldsmith Gustavo Trifari with Leo Krussman founded Trifari and Krussman in New York City in 1918. During WW ll Trifari made most of their jewelry in sterling silver because of a shortage of white base metal. Innovative designs have made them a leader in the industry. In 2000 Liz Clayborne purchased Trifari and they are still in business. The current mark used by HSN is Trifari TM.
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