Description: rhodium plated base metal
Reference: Kathy Flood, Warman's Costume Figurals, p 128. Mark dates this to 1939-40, after which (in early 1941) the company changed its name to Reja. Brunialti, American Costume Jewelry - Art & Industry (2008), vol. 2, p. 18. The matching cherub hands were featured in the Birmingham [AL] News, 24 Sept 1939, p 84; click thumbnail above to view advertisement - and see PPL144
Condition: Very good - the original gilding has uniformly worn off to a silver finish
Size: 1.5" x 0.65"
Price: US$225 ' - see our Sales Policies (link below) for any shipping charges
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