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Vintage 1970s Christmas candle pin signed BEATRIX. Pewter silvertone metal with candle, poinsettias, branches, and ribbons. Faceted red, green, and clear chaton rhinestones. Measures 2 1/2" x 1 1/2".


About Beatrix: (info sourced from Kaleidoscope effect) Nat Sugarman founded The Beatrix jewelry company after the second World War, in 1946. He named it after his sister, Beatrice. At first, the company didn’t mark their decorations, and was not particularly successful. However, all changed in 1965, when Leonard Mundell, the manager of the company became its new owner. Without changing the name, he changed the concept of the company. First of all, he began producing seasonal brooches dedicated to traditional and favorite American holidays. The most popular were, of course, Christmas, Halloween and Easter decorations.Noteworthy, marking “BJ” or “Beatrix” wasn’t consistent until 1975, but from 1975 to 1977, marking on the back side was constant and mandatory. Traditionally, the designers of the company used gold tone metal, enamel, rhinestones and crystals.

Vintage BEATRIX Silvertone Red Rhinestone Christmas Candle Pin - j241123

SKU: j241123
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