• 1980s trifari enamel earrings
  • modernist trifari clip earrings
  • vintage enamel clip earrings
  • Trifari earrings hallmark, jewelry mark
  • 1980s trifari enamel earrings
  • modernist trifari clip earrings
  • vintage enamel clip earrings
  • Trifari earrings hallmark, jewelry mark

1980s Trifari Enamel Earrings


A cute pair of 1980s Trifari enamel earrings.

A pair of vintage Trifari earrings in beautiful fall colors.
Approx. Size: 1.75″ x 1″ (4.5 x 2.5 cm).
Condition: minor wear commensurate with age.
Era: 1980s.
Mark/Label: Trifari ©,
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A cute pair of 1980s Trifari enamel earrings.

Vintage Trifari Earrings Details

  •  Enamel clip earrings
  • Sections of shiny black and brown enamel framed in gold metal.
  • Each section is mounted to look like it’s floating.
  • A very sophisticated look from the 1980s. 

About Trifari

Gustavo Trifari, the son of an Italian goldsmith, founded Trifari in the 1910s. He partnered with sales managers Leo Krussman and Carl Fishel in 1925, forming the Trifari, Krussman, and Fishel company. Under the leadership of French designer Alfred Philippe, who served as the company’s chief designer from 1930 until 1968, Trifari became a major costume jewelry company.

Philippe brought design and manufacturing processes used in fine jewelry that elevated Trifari’s pieces above the rest. Most Trifari patents of the era include his name, even if he wasn’t the principal designer of those pieces.”

The Trifari Crown brooches from the late 1930s to the 1950s led the company to stamp pieces with the crown logo, resulting in the name ‘Crown Trifari.’ In 1953, Mamie Eisenhower wore a Crown Trifari necklace, bracelet, and earrings set to the inaugural in 1953 and again in 1957.

Like many other storied costume jewelry houses, Trifari’s sales faced impacts from cheap imports starting in the 1970s. The Monet Group purchased the company in 1994, and Liz Claiborne acquired the Monet Group in 2000. Trifari still produces jewelry today, albeit of much lesser quality.”

Shipping & Returns

We typically ship items within 5 business days. Occasionally, there might be shipping time issues. If such issues arise, we will promptly notify you.

Clothing and accessories are shipped via USPS Priority Mail, UPS, or FedEx, selected based on the best price, and come with insurance. Jewelry is shipped either First Class or Priority. For overseas orders, we use International First Class. Please refer to our Shipping Information for detailed rates.

International buyers are responsible for all customs duties. PLEASE NOTE: Starting July 1, 2021, EU members will incur VAT taxes based on the specific country’s tax rates during importation.

We know you may be wary about buying vintage items. If so, we do offer returns. If you receive vintage pieces and are dissatisfied or if the item doesn’t fit, please inform Madge of your return request within 10 days of receiving the merchandise. You must return the items within 30 days after notifying us. You can find our complete Return Policy here. If you have further questions after reading, please call or text (404) 850-1757.


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