Corocraft Sterling Gold Aquamarine and Ruby Piano Player and Dancing Ballerinas on Stage at 'Carnegie Hall' Jewelry Pin
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Corocraft Sterling Gold Aquamarine and Ruby Piano Player and Dancing Ballerinas on Stage at 'Carnegie Hall' Jewelry Pin
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Description: gold plated sterling, rhinestones
Marked: Corocraft Sterling with Pegasus
Reference: Use of sterling dates this to early 1947. Patent is reproduced below (scroll down); designer Adolph Katz, applied for Feb 1947, granted Jan 1948. A similar pin, with musicians on stage, was patented in Nov 1946 (granted also in Jan 1948) - see COR1618. Brunialti, American Costume Jewelry (Milan, in Italian, 1997), p. 12, advert for 'Carnegie Hall' jewelry from Mademoiselle Magazine, March 1947, promotion coinciding with the premiere of the film "Carnegie Hal, showing the companion stage pinl; click thumbnail above to view advertisement
••Reference Links - cor1618
Condition: Excellent
Size: 1.85" x 2"
Price: US$2275
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