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Trifari style & period Sterling carousel Horse Pin

Trifari style & period Sterling carousel Horse Pin

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Directory: Estate Jewelry: Costume: Designer: Pre 1950: Item # 1137769
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This sterling circus horse pin looks a lot like David Mir's circus horse except that this circus horse is made of sterling vermeil. It is 2 1/2" tall and 2 1/4" wide. It is hallmarked sterling. The only major difference is the lack of enameling. This horse also has very elaborately decorative trimmings. I know that the real one for sure is worth $1600.00 +_ if you can find one.

If any one has more information with regard to this item I would appreciate your sending to me. It is not Trifari because their is virtually no unsigned Trifari from this time frame. Trifari's adds state that jewelry they make is not authentic unless it is stamped "Trifari" with the possible exception of the early 1930s.**This information was provided by legallyblond8016, a major Trifari collector.