Very early, circa 1930's, unsigned Miriam Haskell dress clip has brass leaves and brass capped bead dangles. This is wired onto a plastic disc. The same disc and dress clip mechanism can be found in Cathy Gordon's book on Miriam Haskell jewelry, thus identifying it as a true Haskell piece.
There is minimal wear and only the tiniest bit of verdigris, which is only noticeable upon very close inspection. Otherwise the condition is excellent. It measures 2.5 x 2 inches.
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