This fantastic and rare demi parure of McClelland Barclay is the Wings set that was featured in the September 1941 edition of Mademoiselle Magazine. In the magazine is the advertisement reading "Fashion takes to Wings designed by McClelland Barclay.... Barclay's newest creations - wings of gold and silverplate - reach a new high in jewelry designed exclusively for Rice-Wiener". A very new aged style of jewelry in the Art Deco period is still fashionable today. This set has a beautiful pin made up of gold tone metal as the foundation. This foundation is designed to look like two wings fully spread and having silver tone metal over it in the shape of wings as well. The back of the pin has a nice and sturdy pin and locking "C" clasp as well as the signature "Barclay" with a copyright symbol after it. The bracelet is very much the same in design with two sides of wings made out of gold tone metal and with two wings made of silver tone metal set over the gold. The difference is that one wing is set right side up and the other is flipped upside down which just gives this piece a very unique and artistic appeal to it. The bracelet is a hinge style that works very well and it has a great push release clasp that works great. For added security the bracelet also has a chain guard that is in perfect working order as well. The inside of the bracelet is signed "McClelland Barclay" in a small rectangular plaque and both pieces are in excellent condition. The wings measure 3" from wingtip to wingtip and the bracelet is 2 1/4" across in length by 2 1/8" in width with a total circumference of 7 1/2" around. This set is highly sought after not only for it's astonishing beauty but for it's design quality and rarity.