Four Boxes of Marguerite Stix Salesman's Samples
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Four Boxes of Marguerite Stix Salesman's Samples, c. late 1930s, comprising clips, buttons, and dress ornaments.
Note: Purchased at Doyle, Sale 0011011, Lot 113, Wednesday, November 1, 2000.
Note: A similiar example is pictured on pages 18-19 of "The Art of Marguerite Stix" by Richard McLanathan.
Lots 1452-1495: From the collection of Susan Freeman, a renowned collector of jewelry and couture. She herself designed and produced jewelry in the 1970s; her creations were sold at various New York venues including Henri Bendel, H&J Blitz, and The Stevens Gallery, as well as to private clients. Susan and her jewelry were featured in the "Lookout" section of People magazine in May of 1974. With her husband, Cliff Freeman, Susan traveled the world collecting the rare, unusual, and beautiful.
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