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    Posted 11 years ago

    sonrisamarie
    (2 items)

    I have held on to this necklace for a long time and would love to know who made it and when. The necklace is white glass, I believe it's too solid in color to be considered milk glass. The style is similar to The Wedding Bells And Dogwood Flowers Made By Crown Trifari BUT I have yet to see any in this particular style or In Silver-tone. Can Anyone ID this for me. This is the mystery i know I can't solve...and i wonder every time i open my jewelry box.

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    Comments

    1. flea, 11 years ago
      Moonstone?
    2. sonrisamarie, 11 years ago
      The beads and flowers are white glass the 'leaves' are a silver-tone metal.
      This necklace has a hook and bead closure
    3. Gay Sherman, 11 years ago
      This is a Trifari piece from the late 1950's

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