Description: Corocraft gold plated sterling matching flower fur clips, originally part of a duette, or separable brooch, patented in 1942 by Adolph Katz, design patent 133,468. This pair is missing the original duette frame, in which the clips together formed a circular brooch. Each curved tulip flower is made with large amethyst glass oval petals with clear rhinestone set in the centers, and a trio of clear rhinestone navettes overlapping the bottom half. The gold stem and lear are accents with pavé set clear rhinestones. Signed 'Corocraft Sterling' on the back of one clip.
Size: 2 1/4" x 1 1/4" each clip
Condition: Very good, missing original duette or separable brooch frame