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    • Warner Bros.

    The House on 56th Street

    1933

    Costume seen on Kay Francis as Peggy Martin

    • Warner Bros.

    Bordertown

    1935

    Costume seen on Bette Davis as Marie Roark

    • Warner Bros.

    Hollywood Hotel

    1937

    Costume seen on Rosemary Lane as Virginia Stanton

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About the Costume

This necklace, likely designed by Joseff of Hollywood was worn by Kay Francis as Peggy Martin in the 1933 film The House on 56th Street. In 1935 it was worn by none other than Bette Davis as Marie Roark in Bordertown, and in 1937 it was seen around the neck of Rosemary Lane as Virginia Stanton in Hollywood Hotel.

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About the Costume

This necklace, likely designed by Joseff of Hollywood was worn by Kay Francis as Peggy Martin in the 1933 film The House on 56th Street. In 1935 it was worn by none other than Bette Davis as Marie Roark in Bordertown, and in 1937 it was seen around the neck of Rosemary Lane as Virginia Stanton in Hollywood Hotel.

This necklace, likely designed by Joseff of Hollywood was worn by Kay Francis as Peggy Martin in the 1933 film The House on 56th Street. In 1935 it was worn by none other than Bette Davis as Marie Roark in Bordertown, and in 1937 it was seen around the neck of Rosemary Lane as Virginia Stanton in Hollywood Hotel.

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  • Joseff of Hollywood

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