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Fre-Mor Jet Bead Purse, Bakelite Frame, Chain Handle, Very Nice~~~

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For sale I have a lovely vintage purse made by the Fre-Mor Mfg. Corp. of New York, New York. The purse measures approximately 4 1/2" high and is 8" in diameter at the base. The bottom of the bag has an insert for a flat bottom and is 4 1/2" deep. The bag measures 9" at the widest part of the bulge. The strap has a drop of about 4" to the top of the lid and the overall measurement including the purse and handle is 8 3/4" high.

The purse has a hard base that was made with cardboard. It was then covered with black jet glass beads sewn together to form the fabric style evening bag. The interior is lined with black satin and has a small interior pocket. This lovely purse is finished with a bakelite frame closure and chain link handle in proper working order. The closure of the purse is a wide bakelite hinge style clasp that locks it securely. There is a white label sewn inside the purse that reads "Original Fre-Mor Creation".

The purse is considered to be in excellent condition as there are no missing beads, no loose stitches or odors to report. This evening bag would be the perfect accessory for that special evening out that is sure to be noticed and envied.

This purse was made Circa 1940-1955.


Purchase/Need more information? Please email the vendor.

Go to Clements Antiques of New Hampshire's website.

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