A pair of Hattie Carnegie fur clips from the 1940s. This pair of fur clips are some of Hattie Carnegie's first pieces of costume jewelry signed with her first signature. They are the King and Queen imitation pearl clips with rhinestone accents and a gold tone finish. The Queen is made up of a gold plated metal that forms the upper half body adorned with a crown and rhinestone accents. This brooch has a row of white baguettes at the base of the pin and many pave set white rhinestones surrounding the large imitation pearl body. The queen's collar has rows of white rhinestones and the crown also has pave set white rhinestones surrounding a center red bezel set rhinestone accent. The back has the fur clip that holds great and the signature "H.C." within a square cartouche. The King is made up of a gold tone metal foundation that forms the upper half body and head. The King's body has rows of white rhinestones and a row of white baguettes at the base of a large center imitation pearl body. The back has the signature "HC" within a square cartouche and the fur clip on the back. The King measures 2 1/4" long by 1 3/8" in width and the Queen is 2 3/4" long by 1 3/8" wide. These clips have some wear to the gold tone finish from age but they are in good condition otherwise.