On screen and off, these cinematic beauties steal the show! Joseff of Hollywood was the premier jewelry designer for costumers in the film industry and celebrities alike from the 1930s through the midcentury! His signature matte metal finish was perfect for films of the era as they did not create a glare on camera. Much of his jewelry was custom made for specific pictures or starlets, or kept in his collection to be rented out as needed. We believe this pair to have been made sometime between the 1950s and 60s from materials produced in the 1930s or 40s. Glass rhinestones cascade down the center of beautifully oxidized matte gold leaves that each drop from a bold matte gold button. The oxidation highlights the sculpted details perfectly! We do believe that they may have had their own starring role as a movie prop! They measure 2 1/2 inches long and 1 1/2 inches at their widest, and are clip-on.