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Corocraft sterling jelly belly angel fish brooch

Corocraft sterling jelly belly angel fish brooch


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Directory: Estate Jewelry: Silver: Designer Signed: Pre 1950: Item # 1106504
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Tampa
Florida 33625-1630
813-363-8000

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$395.00

This CoroCraft rhodium plated sterling jelly belly angel fish brooch was designed by Aldoph Katz in 1942. The head, tail, and fins are in sterling silver with enameling in shades of blue, crystal rhinestones and cabochons. The "belly" is semi-translucent white lucite. It is hallmarked CoroCraft sterling with the pegasus mark on an applied plaque on the reverse. It is 2 1/2" x 2".Lucite jelly bellies were copied from figurals originally done in gold and rock crystal.

Ref: American Costume Jewelry by Brunialti and Brunialti, pp 165-166

Costume Jewelry, The visual reference and price guide by Judith Miller, D. K. Publishing, 2003 page 68.

The price listed is $440-$480 in 2003.