This is a famous vintage jewelry piece from the early 1940s - marked by many different designers or unmarked. This one is Reinad which made this clip for at least three other companies. So we have Reinad, other names from the era, and lots of fakes - old and new. However, this one is the real thing - marked Reinad. It is a large dress clip - 3 3/4" x 2 1/2". The clip is set with clear and ruby rhinestones, with lots of sparkle. The clip is in good condition, and marked, as shown.
Kathy Flood, in her book, "Costume Jewelry Figurals" calls this clip a suffering senora. I don't know what she suffers from, but she certainly doesn't look very happy. She is 2 1/4" x 1 1/4" and appears to be made of pot metal which was once gilded and is now worn off in places. The clip is set with jewel colored chatons and they are all present. The clip is in good condition except for the wear on the metal, and is marked Monet, as shown.
The is a very old rhinestone clip. It is 1 1/4" x 1 1/2" and is a shield shape. It has lots of different shapes and sizes of clear rhinestones and appears to be made of pot metal. The back clip is tight and it has "teeth" to hold onto the fabric. It is in very good condition considering its age, with only two rhinestones that I see that have darkened. It is not maarked.
This is really a beautiful old piece - gold plated over sterling and made to look like an enameled pansy bloom. There is a brilliant blue faceted rhinestone prong set in the middle. The diameter each way is about 1 3/4". The metal is nice and shiny, and the clip works well. The only damage to the enamel is a tiny round spot that you should be able to see in the close up picture, right at about 11:00 on the top flower petal. The rest of it is perfect...