These were also made by Kramer with a value of $275.00-$375.00
Ref: Collecting Costume Jewelry 101, The basics of startling, building, and upgrading identification and value guide by Julia C. Carrol p. 308
Ref: Pictorial Guide to Costume Jewelry identification and Values by Ariel Bloom, Collector Books, 2008 page 160
Classic American Costume Jewelry by Jacqueline Rehmann V2. p 119, Collector Books 2011
Ref: Tolkein & Wilkinson Collectors Guide of Costume jewelry, Firefly Book, 1997 page 75.
Ref: American Costume Jewelry Art & Industry 1935-1950 by Carla Brunialti & Roberto Brunialti, Schiffer 2008 page 97
These Limited Edition Dated Brooches Often Paid Homage to the Most Famous of the Trifari Designs and in Some Instances Reproduced them Faithfully. These Were A Last Ditch Attempt to Save Trifari From Bankruptcy in the 1990's and Were Produced For Sale on QVC and HSN. The Attempt Sadly Was a Failure and the Company Was Purchased Out of Bankruptcy by the Liz Claiborne Group who Then Moved Production Off Shore. These are the Last of the American Made Trifari, and the Values are Soaring...
It is 2 1/16" tall by 1.5" wide.
Ref: Brunialit, American Costume Jewelry- Art & Industry ( 2008) vol 2, pa 24, dating the series using stones from Oval Mfg Co., advertised by them in Jeweler's Circular Keystone in 1945, mentioning the camel.
This brooch is 2 3/4" x 1 5/8" .
Ref: Francesca Price, Trifair-l'eleganza di uno stile ( Florence, 2002), p. 95 on the "retro collection of 1965, of which this is part, revisiting the 1930's and 40s designs.
It is 4 3/8" tall by 2 7/8" wide. Reference : Masterpieces of costume Jewelry, Dubbs Ball and Dorothy Hehl Torem, Schiffer, 1996 page 138 - Vaue $450-$600.00
Gorgeous and phenomenal. Super condition. It is hallmarked Sandor & Co.
The brooch is 2 1/2" x 1 1/2".
Karu jewelry was produced by Kaufman & Rederman of New York.