"Flapper girl", a fun turn of phrase in the Roaring Twenties not only came to define the trail-blazing, bob-haired, Charleston-dancing women of the time, but all the fun and glam that accompanies the era. Celebrate these fantastic women, in an appropriately glamorous manner, with this style that we think they'd agree is simply 'the bees knees.' A vintage carved celluloid buckle from the 1920s displays a duo of flapper silhouettes, looking coy and coiffed against their pearlescent green back ground. Rhinestoned and doubling as the clasp for strands of faceted black glass, the buckle and can be worn front and center or coyly at the side. Measures 18" overall.