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== Description ==
 
== 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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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 costume jewelry starting in 1948 and it was used in almost all of their pieces by 1951. Born in Naples and son of goldsmiths, Augusto Trifari founded his company in New York in 1910 and
  
 
== 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 costume jewelry starting in 1948 and it was used in almost all of their pieces by 1951. Born in Naples and son of goldsmiths, Augusto Trifari founded his company in New York in 1910 and

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