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fur stole with silk lining | 1938 | #vintage #1930s #fashion

This is a fur shaw with silk lining. As in the fur was very big luxury product. Even though the recession was continuing people (who had money) wanted to show off how good they had it.

Double-clip brooch. Place of origin: England (probably, made).  Date: ca. 1930-1940 (made).  Artist/Maker: Unknown (production).  Materials and Techniques: Platinum set with brilliant, baguette and square-cut diamonds.

Double-clip brooch Place of origin: England, Great Britain (probably, made) Date: ca. (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Platinum set with brilliant, baguette and square-cut diamonds

1930, Untied Kingdom - Pair of shoes by Jack Jacobus Ltd - GIlded leather

Pair of shoes

The Power of Gold a day Symposium marking 50 years of the Costume Society.

"Bambury Cross"Designer: Elizabeth Hawes (American, Ridgewood, New Jersey 1903–1971 New York) Date: fall/winter 1936 Culture: American Medium: wool, fur, silk

"Bambury Cross"Designer: Elizabeth Hawes (American, Ridgewood, New Jersey New York) Date: fall/winter 1936 Culture: American Medium: wool, fur, silk

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