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Hattie Carnegie Pegasus fantasy horse pin-unsigned

Hattie Carnegie Pegasus fantasy horse pin-unsigned

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Directory: Estate Jewelry: Costume: Designer: Pre 1970: Item # 1070885
Small Pleasures, Antiques Collectibles
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Florida 33625-1630

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This famous design is a colorful Pegasus featuring molded plastic and pave rhinestones. Pegasus is 2" long and features an elongated face. This is a design trait of Hattie Carnegie fantasy animal jewelry.

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