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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
  
A very shiny metal alloy patented by the Trifari company, which looked just like real gold but did not tarnish
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A shiny, non-tarnishing metal alloy patented by the Trifari company in 1947.  This casting metal was available as either a "golden-toned Trifanium" or a "platinum-toned Trifanium" formulations.  Trifari used the alloy to create their jewelry starting in 1948 and it was used in almost all of there pieces by 1951.
  
 
== Synonyms and Related Terms ==
 
== Synonyms and Related Terms ==

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Description

A shiny, non-tarnishing metal alloy patented by the Trifari company in 1947. This casting metal was available as either a "golden-toned Trifanium" or a "platinum-toned Trifanium" formulations. Trifari used the alloy to create their jewelry starting in 1948 and it was used in almost all of there pieces by 1951.

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