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ANTHONY by Antonio Aquilino gold washed sterling silver fish brooch in gold wash with clear rhinestones
Description ANTHONY by Antonio Aquilino gold washed sterling silver fish brooch in gold wash with clear rhinestones, red glass cabochon eye, signed "Anthony sterling" on the back, 2-1/3" by about 1-1/2". Antonio immigrated from Naples, Italy, in about 1920 but didn't begin making jewelry until the 1940s. The use of sterling indicates that this was made during World War II when there was a shortage of other metals.
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