Sir Alexander Korda was a Hungarian born film director and producer. He was the first film director to be knighted. This movie started the trend for collectors wanting jewelry like the pieces worn in the movie. Most of this jewelry was produced by Rice Weiner. This pin is circa 1940 the same time that the film came out.
There are no hallmarks on this item .
Condition: Very Good.
Material: Silvertone metal and rhinestones.
Maker: Kramer of NY
Dimensions: 7 1/8" x 3/4"
Date: Circa, 1950s
Clasp : push-in with safety chain
Kramer Jewelry Creations was in business in New York from 1943 to the late 1970's. It was founded by Louis Kramer and did some of the designs himself in the beginning. They manufactured a wide range of jewelry, from the simple to the extravagant. They used Austrian rhinestones to plastic inserts. Kramer of New York was located 393 5th Avenue, New York, New York. Kramer jewels can be marked: Kramer of NY Kramer of New York Kramer Amourelle (these pieces are rare from 1963 and were designed by Frank Hess, former head designer of Haskell Jewelry) Christian Dior by Kramer (Yes, they produced for Christian Dior)
This pendant has a large blue glass bead in the center. This center stone is surround with red,green, blue, and purple enamel accents.
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The teapot has the usual crazing and one chip on the underside of the lid. Pictures 3 & 4 try to show the underside lip and the view from the top to give you a better view of the actual damage.