KJL Lapis Turquoise Coral and Pearls 'Aztec Warrior' Hair Tie (for a Pony Tail)
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KJL Lapis Turquoise Coral and Pearls 'Aztec Warrior' Hair Tie (for a Pony Tail)
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Description: gold plated base metal, rhinestones, faux pearls, lapis, coral and turquoise. The hair tie is elastic to hold a pony tail
Marked: KJL C
Reference: The design, a pin, was originally produced by Carnegie in 1968, and called a 'warrior', 'medicine man' or a 'tiki' in advertisements - eg in the Pittsburgh Press, 25 July 1968, p 29; click thumbnail above to view advertisement. Baker, 50 years of Collectible Fashion Jewelry, p. 117; A. Gordon, 20th Century Costume Jewelry, p. 179. The designer Kenneth J Lane ran Carnegie in 1963-64, and (as in other cases) later produced his design under his own signature. Mark dates this to the 1980s or later.
Condition: Excellent
Size: 1.75" x 2.125"
Price: US$285
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