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Deknatel (J.A. Deknatel & Sons, New York) operated from 1904 to 1952. The company was listed as makers of jewellery novelties and simulated pearls. Further research has revealed that Deknatel actually operated earlier than the 1900s. There are patents filed by Deknatel dating as early as 1882!
Extremely rare and in MINT, UNUSED CONDITION since the 1930s, this phenomenal antique Art Deco set consists of a necklace matched with two pins! Complete with tags and in its original box, it is proudly made in the USA. The pieces boast creamy simulated pearls complemented with gorgeous rhinestones. The two pins may be worn together or separately to match with the necklace!
1920s - 1930s
Brooch (set of two)
4.5 x 3 cms
Total length: 36.5 cms
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