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Trifari 'Alfred Philippe' fruit salad wheelbarrow clip

Trifari 'Alfred Philippe' fruit salad wheelbarrow clip

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Directory: Estate Jewelry: Costume: Designer: Pre 1950: Item # 1135978
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This Trifari 'Alfred Philippe" small fruit salad wheelbarrow clip is rhodium plated base metal, with rhinestones, and fruit salads. It is hallmarked Trifari with a crown, Des Pat. No 125185.

It is in excellent vintage condition. Circa 1941 It is 2" x 1"

Ref: Collectors Guide to Costume Jewelry by Tolkein & Wilkinson, p 75. Ref: Costume Jewelry (Confident Collector) by Harrice Miller p. 156.157 Ref: 20th Century Costume Jewelry by A Gordon, p. 177 Ref: American Costume Jewelry- Art and Industry by Brunialti, 2008 Vol 2. p 97