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Lea Stein Vintage Hair Comb Barrette

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    Posted 10 years ago

    iHeartPlas…
    (19 items)

    How beautiful and unique is this, one of Lea Stein famous creations the "FOX"! I found two of these Vintage Hair Comb, circa era 1970s.
    I auctioned one of them 2 weeks ago on ebay and I couldn't believe how many watchers it had. So I decided to do the same with the other one.
    I really look forward in coming across to one of her marbleized big "BOW" hair comb, thats one one I want.

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    1. jojomang jojomang, 9 years ago
      Very similar to one of Judith Miller's fave pieces that was picked out for her by her son! See pic in our interview here: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/how-judith-miller-became-the-martha-stewart-of-costume-jewelry-and-antiques/

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