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  • Gloria Grahame as Beulah Baxter wearing faux diamond butterfly brooches in the 1947 film "Merton of the Movies."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Merton of the Movies

    1947

    Costume seen on Gloria Grahame as Beulah Baxter

  • Janet Leigh wearing a faux diamond butterfly necklace in a 1948 promotional photo for the film "Words and Music."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Words and Music promo photo

    1948

    Costume seen on Janet Leigh

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These faux diamond butterflies, created by Joseff of Hollywood, were used in several ways over the years. Josef often adapted jewelry – pins into necklaces, necklaces into tiaras, etc. These butterflies were first spotted on Gloria Grahame as Beulah Baxter in the 1947 Merton of the Movies. The next year one was used on the necklace of Janet Leigh in a promotional photo for the film Words and Music.

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About the Costume

These faux diamond butterflies, created by Joseff of Hollywood, were used in several ways over the years. Josef often adapted jewelry – pins into necklaces, necklaces into tiaras, etc. These butterflies were first spotted on Gloria Grahame as Beulah Baxter in the 1947 Merton of the Movies. The next year one was used on the necklace of Janet Leigh in a promotional photo for the film Words and Music.

These faux diamond butterflies, created by Joseff of Hollywood, were used in several ways over the years. Josef often adapted jewelry – pins into necklaces, necklaces into tiaras, etc. These butterflies were first spotted on Gloria Grahame as Beulah Baxter in the 1947 Merton of the Movies. The next year one was used on the necklace of Janet Leigh in a promotional photo for the film Words and Music.

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