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VintRoFlo's loves12 of 51This belonged to my grandmother, I know it is a Weiss bracelet and I would like to know It's history. Trifari Pin -can you help me with this ?
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    Posted 10 years ago

    TeresaD
    (253 items)

    I don’t know what its made of it has (( TK )) stamp on the back and its hard to see it may say ((PAT.PE)) on the tip.... it looks like it may be Silver? and the pin lokks Gold ? the stones are not real if you can help identify this mark it will help me any thing at this point could use any help thank you

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    1. vintagelove, 10 years ago
      Hi,
      Great Rare Early Trifari Piece! The TK in a Circle is the earliest known mark for the Trifari Brand, representing the partnership of Gustavo Trifari & Leo Kraussman, which began in 1918. This mark would date your piece to at least prior to 1925. In 1925, Carl Fishel joined Trifari and Kraussman and the "KTF" Trifari Mark was used.
      A nice piece of costume jewelry history!
    2. TeresaD TeresaD, 10 years ago
      Thank you I had no clue

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