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Urie Mandle Murray Slater dancing sprite

Urie Mandle Murray Slater dancing sprite

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Directory: Estate Jewelry: Costume: Designer: Pre 1950: Item # 1149545

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The Urie Mandle Corporation was founded in 1938 with Urie and partner Nat Levy in New York, NY. One of their major designers was Murray slater.

Sprites are derived from European folklore and are mythical creatures. This is a water sprite known to breath air and water. They have the ability to fly. Her wings, tutu, and specter are studded with clear rhinestones. Her face has an oval ruby glass stone. Her longs legs and arms are also very much Murray Slater. She is gold plated over metal usually sterling although this one is unmarked. It is 3 1/2" x 2 1/4" . Circa 1940.