These lovely and feminine Art Deco belt buckles or belt clips are circa 1930 and were made by the White Metal Caster Association of New York. Stamped WMCA into the back of both halves of the cast filigree pot metal, the pretty clips are decorated on both sections with two small seafoam green (Nile green in the 30's) celluloid rectangles, made to look like moss green agate. Into each rectangle, a small paste stone has been inserted. Two larger paste stones adorn the filigree near the clip. The stones are still clear and sparkly, with tiny traces of yellowing glue around the larger stones as would be expected with the age of this sweet and feminine adornment. The pot metal is clean and retains nearly all its original shine. Measuring 2 1/4" X 1 1/8" this diminutive and charming piece is in excellent vintage condition and has so much going for it you can almost see it on the belt of a fashionable rayon or georgette dress of the day!
Each piece of your beautiful vintage costume jewelry will be sent to you wrapped in archival quality, acid-free tissue paper and placed in a gift box tied with ribbon.
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WMCA Art Deco Pot Metal, Paste, and Celluloid Buckle Belt Clips