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ART DECO Celluloid Flapper NECKLACE Comb Provenance c.1920s

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An Authentic Long 26" Art Deco Celluloid Flapper Necklace on Black Cord featuring Raised Flowers and Beads with Functional Hidden Comb in Colors Pink, Blue,and Green on Deep Tangerine Genuine Celluloid with Provenance Tag stating it belonged to Betsy Williams Howland, Mint Condition circa 1920's!

Measurements are 26" in length for the Black Cord. The Chain is long enough to slide easily on and off your head. The Celluloid Pendant measures 2-7/8" in length by 5/8" in width.

This Unique Pendant with Sliding Beads are Authentic Genuine Celluloid! The Pendant has Beautiful Highly Detailed Florals on a Deep Tangerine Celluloid where a Matching Comb is hidden inside the slide! The Two Beads move up and down the Long Black Braid Cord to adjust for comfort. All Mint Condition!

Celluloid was invented by John Wesley Hyatt in 1869 and was widely used in 1890-1917 all through the Victorian Era, Art Nouveau and parts of the Art Deco Period. Because Celluloid is highly flammable, manufacturing was for a limited time and had discontinued until safer plastics had been introduced, making this Celluloid Necklace Highly Collectible today.

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