Vintage Clip-mates, Duettes, Dress Clips and Fur Clips and Double-Prong Clips: Part Two

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an original publication by RCJ and Dorothea Stringfield

Page 1:
Clip-mates
Duettes
British or European Double Clips??
Other Frame Clips
Double Pins
Mystery Clip

Page 2:
Dress Clips
Double-prong Clips (Fur)

Dress Clips Construction & Patents

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Dress Clips    —    Click on pictures for larger image.


Dress Clip

Unmarked

Rhinestone Dress Clip

Unmarked

Miriam Haskell unsigned

Bakelite Dress Clip

Lucite Dress Clip

Has a patent #

Faux Pearl Dress Clip

Unmarked

Bakelite Dress Clip
Courtesy Linn Alber

Marked 1801128 for clip
mechanism by Waller 1931

Miriam Haskell Dress Clip

Unsigned

Miriam Haskell

Unsigned

Miriam Haskell


Miriam Haskell c.1935-1940


Back

Miriam Haskell Clip Pair

Carved stone dressclip

Sterling, China
Marked T.H.WU

Unsigned Miriam Haskell

Bakelite clip

Broken clipback

Bakelite Clip

Part of set: 2 clips
and belt buckle

3 inches tall

No markings

Trifari dress clip

Marked “TKF”

1930 Brass and Garnets

Unsigned

Marcasite clip
Probably European

Possibly Silver

1930’s Dress Clip

Pat. 1852188 for mechanism
by E. A. Phinney

Pressed Brass Dress Clip

Back


Trifari Rhinestone Bow
Courtesy Suzanna Croshaw


Marked KTF


Deco-look clip
Courtesy Kristi Raugh


Pat. 1801128 for mechanism
by Waller 1931

Possibly British
Courtesy Suzanna Croshaw

Unmarked


Beautiful green/crystal clip
Probably European

No markings

Courtesy Lyn Peightal

Pat. 1801128 for mechanism
by Waller 1931


Rhinestone Brooch Clip
Courtesy Merry Kaufman

Unmarked

Unmarked 1940’s Plastic


Nearly 3 inches tall


Not marked

Probably European

Marked “B”


Lucite Dress Clip
Courtesy Robin Deutsch


Possibly a hankie clip??


Pinch at the top to open.


Clips with central pendant


Courtesy ID Naxrax


Double-prong Clips (Fur)    —    Click on pictures for larger image.


Enamel Floral Fur Clip

Unmarked

Blackamoor Fur Clip

Unmarked

Genie Fur Clip
Courtesy Sam & Yvonne Mitchell

Unmarked

Monet Fur Clip c. 1938

Signed Monet

Rhinestone Fur Clip

Unmarked

French Rhinestone Clips
Courtesy Suzanna Croshaw

Marked “Depose”
Made in France


Crescent Fur Clip


Unsigned


Trifari Fur Clip


Marked Trifari


Marked Trifari
Courtesy Robin Deutsch


1940’s Sterling


Unsigned


Deja Fur Clip


Back


Marked Hobe
Courtesy Robin Deutsch


Trifari Fan Fur Clip 1941


Back


WEISS & WEISSC0 Clips
Courtesy Suzanna Croshaw


1 marked WEISS
1 marked WEISSCO


Boucher Clip


Marked MB with the phrygian cap
Courtesy Rita Xavier


Trifari “Chalcedony Spray”
1941 (Brunialti}


Marked Trifari


Eisenberg Original
Fur clip c. 1940


Signed Eisenberg Original
#3


Silson Fur Clip
Courtesty Katie O’Doherty

Back of Silson Clip

Trifari Clip

Marked Trifari with crown


Trifari “Moonshell” 1949


Napier Sterling


Signed Napier Sterling


Possibly British
Courtesy Suzanna Croshaw

Unmarked

Chatelaine Fur Clip
Ad seen for this piece had name Berge’

Courtesy ID: Naxrax

Trifari Clip

Courtesy ID: jewel-nut


Corocraft Enamel Clips
Courtesy ID doverjunker


Marked Corocraft ©


Enamel Orchid Clip


Unmarked

Coro Tremblant Clip
See Patent

Marked Coro


Sterling Clip
Courtesy Sam and Yvonne Mitchell


Marked Sterling


Vendome Clip and Earrings
Courtesy Sam and Yvonne Mitchell


Marked Vendome


Marked Trifari


Courtesy ID: jewel-nut


Trifari


Courtesy ID: jewel-nut


Trifari Trembler


Courtesy ID: jewel-nut


Trifari — patent date 1940

Marked “Trifari, Design 119095
Courtesy Tammy (alleycat9)


Marked: Trifari


Courtesy Karen and Jay Kruz of Retro Image Co. Antiques


Trifari


Marked: Trifari, Sterling
Courtesy ID: kaysglitz


Coro Sterling

Courtesy ID: klmtravler49ra



Pennino


Courtesy ID: seeker115.


Barclay


Trifari  Courtesy Cynthia Fore Miller

Marked Trifari; 1940
Des. Pat. No. 121253


Calvaire Fur Clip

Chatelaine Fur Clip

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