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Huffstutler's items10 of 23Emmons "White Camellia" 1966EMMONS - Modernistic Pin - help?
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    Posted 5 years ago

    Huffstutler
    (23 items)

    This is a puzzle yet, unusual piece along the lines of Juliana. I seem to think I have run across either this piece recently purchased before or seen one like it. This trefoil shape brooch, has what I will call wings, that curl upwards on their tips and the center of the brooch raises up to a point in the center.. very dimensional and not flat.

    Any hints on this one... or leads? Thanks!

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    Comments

    1. Caperkid, 5 years ago
      Beautiful!
    2. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 5 years ago
      Its kind of like the ones that are used for collars, such as a collar pin. They usually take the shape of 3 sides.
    3. ggmusmc, 5 years ago
      Looking at the back and it being enclosed not open indicates quality. I'm sure you have looked for a mark and I have found in the past that they can appear just about anywhere on the item. I would use the strongest magnification I could find. And what might look like a scratch may actually be a mark. It is beautiful.
    4. ggmusmc, 5 years ago
      I forgot to add I would have the metal on the back enclosures tested. As we all know costume jewelry is collectible.
    5. Huffstutler Huffstutler, 5 years ago
      I like open back pieces but it is a moot point when they use foiled back stones with open back mountings. :-)
    6. Huffstutler Huffstutler, 5 years ago
      I find the unusual aspect is that the stone mountings in the center are tilted up to a point in the middle where they all meet, and the petals are also curl upward a bit on the outer ends so the piece is not flat. The photo of it in hand gives a bit of an aspect view if you study it.
    7. Gillian, 5 years ago
      https://www.thespruce.com/identify-juliana-delizza-elster-jewelry-149559

      You really have to know your costume jewelry when calling a piece "Juliana". The article may help.
    8. Huffstutler Huffstutler, 5 years ago
      Gillian... I did not call it Julian but Juliana-style which a lot of people name fancy design high end rhinestone jewelry. :-) But thanks for the link.
    9. Huffstutler Huffstutler, 5 years ago
      I can't afford a nice real piece of Juliana but, if someone would like to donate a piece to me for my personal collection, please PM me for my address :-) i will be glad to accept it.

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