It is 4" long and 1 7/8" wide.
Reference: American Costume Jewelry, Art & Industry by Brunialti and Brunialti, v2. p. 230
The matching clip on earrings are 15/16" in diameter.
These items are in excellent condition.
It measures 4 1/8" long by over 2" wide. It is hallmarked Boucher and numbered 7471
It is hallmarked Boucher and numbered 7471
Ref: Warman's Vintage Jewelry by Leigh Leshner on page 65.
Collecting Costume Jewelry 202 by Julia C. Carrol, page 24
Fabulous Fakes by Carole Tanenbaum, p. 133.
I have owned this item before with the MB Phrygian helmet marking) This one is unmarked.
This brooch is a legendary creature with the body and tail of a lion and the head and wings of an eagle. Griffins are known to guard treasures and priceless possessions because they were perceived to be powerful and majestic. The design patent # is 129843 issued to Marel Boucher in 1941.
The pin is 4 1/4" long. The earrings are 1 1/4" long. The pin and one earring is hallmarked "Boucher" and the pin and one earring is hallmarked 2081. Immaculate condition for a vintage set.
Dimensions: 2 3/4" x 2"
Hallmark: D C Creations on back of watch
Reference: Collecting Rhinestone and Colored Jewelry by M. Dolan p 230
Reference: American Costume Jewelry- Art and Industry ( 2008) Vol 1. pl 65.
Hallmarked: Boucher - one earring. On the other 9773E.
Dimensions: 1 1/4" long by 5.8" wide.
There are circa 1965.
Dimensions: 2 1/2" x 2"
Cadoro was found after WW2. Cadoro jewelry reflected the bold artistic acumen and strong influence of the worldwide travel of its partners, Dan Steneskieu and actor Steve Brody. The business continued for only a few years after Steneskieu's death in the mid- 1970s. Cadoro pieces are among the finest to be found today, each bearing the imprint of these ingenious gentlemen, who were determined to imbue their jewelry with imaginative designs and a " touch of class".
Hallmark: Cadoro with C in oval cartouche