Deja fur clip is a very rare piece of vintage costume jewelry as the company only produced jewelry in 1939 and 1940 after which they became Reja as the result of a lawsuit regarding the name Deja. This beautiful double-pronged fur clip has a stunning retro design which incorporates round and baguette rhinestones and simulated pearls. It measures approximately 2-7/8 x 2". This piece is an especially rare design as most of the vintage Deja pieces are floral enamels. All of the rhinestones and simulated pearls are original and their condition is excellent. The signature is shown in two pictures, one through a magnifying glass, to show that there is also a scratched in number: 9-299. We have learned that Marshall Field & Co. scratched marks into their Haskell pieces, so we wonder if this had been purchased there as well. There is some wear to the plating especially at the high spot on the swirl at the center of the piece, so we are calling the condition Very Good. We have purposely used photos that exaggerate the plating wear, but when worn, partially due to the sculptural nature of the piece, the clip is quite wearable and beautiful. Many pieces are often referred to as rare, but this wonderful piece of vintage costume jewelry history by Deja/Reja really is. (#21382-K681-DejaClip)
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