Vintage Crown Trifari Early 1950s Multi-Strand Chain Necklace White & Gold Chain Fifteen Strands Classy Mid Century Designer Jewelry Estate

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As shown. Estate sale find. I love finding these early Crown Trifari pieces!
(See below). Crown Trifari hallmark (no copyright symbol). That mark was used
up to 1955. Fifteen strands. Gold & white chain. Hard to measure, the shortest
strand is approx. 26" in length. Fold over clasp. See ruler picture to gauge
size. In very good condition. There is a possibility that the chains may become
intertwined during shipment.

Will come in a gift box.

TRIFARI: Trifari was founded as Trifari and Trifari in 1910 by Gustavo Trifari
and his uncle. The name became Trifari when his uncle left a few years later.
Leo Kraussman joined the company in 1917, followed by Carl Fishel. The name was
changed to Trifari, Kraussman, and Fishel, using the hallmark KTF. In 1930,
Alfred Phillipe became the head designer. He remained there until 1968, helping
Trifari become one of the largest jewelry manufacturers in the country. The
Trifari family sold the company to Hallmark Jewelry Company in 1975. It was
then sold to Crystal Brands in 1988 and Chase Capital (owners of Monet) in
1994. As of 2000, Trifari is owned by Liz Claiborne.

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