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Add some holiday sparkle with a vintage Christmas tree pin.

Christmas corsages worn by women in the early 1900s gave way to Christmas-themed jewelry in the mid 1940s. Popular designs include wreaths, Santas, sleighs, snowmen and of course—Christmas trees. Many costume jewelry makers such as Eisenberg, Trifari, Hattie Carnegie, Castlecliff, Hobé, Hollycraft and Napier made Christmas tree pins that can be bought today for $25 up to hundreds of dollars.

This Christmas tree pin was made by Weiss in the 1950s. It sold recently for $25 in an online shop.

Weiss Christmas tree pin

Find more jewelry prices here and in our newest Kovels Antiques and Collectibles Price Guide 2011.


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