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    Posted 10 years ago

    havenrain
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    My father-in-law has a complete tote of costume jewelry, as we were looking over all of it I ran across this piece. It is marked Tiffany and Co. I would like to know what it is.

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    TIFFANY & CO Diamond 6.00ct Ruby 18K Gold Wide Link Necklace 168.0 Grams NR
    TIFFANY & CO Diamond 6.00ct Ruby 18...
    $4,750
    GIA Tiffany & Co Platinum & Diamond Solitaire Ring 1.24ctw G,VVS2
    GIA Tiffany & Co Platinum & Diamond...
    $3,550
    Tiffany and Co. Necklace  By the yard Peretti Diamond Yellow Gold 1813668
    Tiffany and Co. Necklace By the ya...
    $106
    Auth Return to Tiffany & Co. Mini Double Heart Tag Pendant Necklace Blue Enamel
    Auth Return to Tiffany & Co. Mini D...
    $89
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    TIFFANY & CO Diamond 6.00ct Ruby 18K Gold Wide Link Necklace 168.0 Grams NR
    TIFFANY & CO Diamond 6.00ct Ruby 18...
    $4,750
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    1. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 10 years ago
      My sisters used to use these, when you drape a sweater on your shoulders this was used to keep it in place, clip one to the button side of the sweater and the other to the button hole side.........it was just a style thing.........this will go back to the60's at least
    2. cindy, 10 years ago
      I believe it's called a chatelain (sp?) I can remember my aunt holding her sweater on with one of these as it was draped over her shoulders as Pop_abides said.
    3. havenrain havenrain, 10 years ago
      Thanks so much pop_abides and Cindy. I figured it was some kind of a clip/clasp, but I thought maybe it was for a man's vest.
    4. havenrain havenrain, 10 years ago
      Thank you AR8Jason.
    5. cindyjune cindyjune, 10 years ago
      oops! Chatelaine goes around the waist! Thanks for the reminder!
    6. Agram.m Agram.m, 10 years ago
      Chatelaines are from the 19th century or earlier. It comes from the French word: Chateau which means castle. These ladies of the house (castle) had a chatelaine in order to can take what they need in there households (see the answers of several writers above).
    7. havenrain havenrain, 10 years ago
      Thank you Agram.m I love hearing from all of you. I have googled this piece (sweater clasp/clip) but still can't find one like it. My Mother said she remembers school teachers and such wearing them.
    8. vetraio50 vetraio50, 10 years ago
      It could be a 'napkin clip'.
      One end holds the napkin and the other is put on the tie.
    9. havenrain havenrain, 10 years ago
      Thanks BELLIN68!!

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