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Korda/Rice-wiener



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KORDA JEWELRY


KORDA by Rice-Wiener

The movie "The Thief of Bagdad" which was made in
1941 inspired some wonderful whimsical jewelry, which is very collectible
today. It was manufactured by Rice-Wiener, who also did McClelland Barclay and
Barclay Jewelry. Not all Korda pieces are
necessarily related to the movie, as you can see from the floral piece
below.




KORDA
standing sultan brooch, all in textured gold tone.
#X14806 View
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KORDA
Thief of Bagdad genie brooch called the Crystal Gazer, a large glass
marble crystal ball held by the genie set in silver tone, 2-1/2". It can
be seen in Brunialti’s "American Costume
Jewelry, Art & Industry" on page 37.

#X17019

KORDA Thief of
Bagdad brooch, 2".
View #X21879




KORDA
silver tone horseman pin, 2-1/2″, circa 1941. Seen in
Brunialti’s "American Costume Jewelry, Art
& Industry" on page 38.

View #X23008

KORDA "Thief of Bagdad"
saber bar pins with dangling charms.
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View #X9288

KORDA silver tone floral and
leaves 2-5/8" brooch. View
#X23206




KORDA "Thief of
Bagdad" saber brooch with red, blue and green rhinestones, enameling and
artificial pearls.
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View #X9999

. KORDA antiqued
silver tone necklace with artificial pearls, blue rhinestones and enamel,
marked on the back "Thief of Bagdad", 17".
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View #X50501

KORDA
"Thief of Bagdad" saber brooch with red, blue and green rhinestones,
enameling and artificial pearls.
View #X9998



KORDA "Thief of Bagdad"
collection
KORDA "Thief
of Bagdad" saber brooch with red,
green , blue rhinestones and artificial pearls set in gold tone filigree,
circa 1940, 4-1/3". View
#X32366