All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Pre 1910 item #1357530 (stock #RN05024)
Period Pieces
$85.00
Here is an attractive locket made from white metal. It is chased on the front in a stylized pattern, and plain on the back. The inside has some scratches, we don’t know why. The photo rings and celluloid are not present. It measures 1-1/4” x 7/8" and the cool paperclip chain is a bit over 22". The back has a few dark marks which might clean up. Generally a handsome Victorian (or possibly Edwardian) jewel. The photos are part of the description; please examine them carefully...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Pre 1950 item #1357089 (stock #AE7-482)
Period Pieces
$49.00
For the seeker of something out of the ordinary! These vintage screw-back earrings are unmarked and are a (relatively) modern take on the ancient Green Man. For those who like the unusual. Each earring is ~1" X 1". Age unknown, most probably 1940-1950s.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Period : Pre 1900 item #1356982 (stock #J2687)
These nicely carved lava stone earrings are mounted in gilded metal and date from the 1870s-1880s. The carving depicts a cherub on each drop and a flower on each top. Carved feather or leaf fronds appear behind each cherub. The earrings appear to have been hardly worn; the stone is intact with no chips or cracks, and the carving and stone surface are very well preserved. Nothing appears to have been replaced. Lava stone is quite light, so the earrings should sit comfortably without pulling...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Modernist : Pre 1980 item #1356904 (stock #J2696)
The best feature of this dramatic ring design is the two-dimensional openwork of the silver setting, enhancing the central cabochon of light coral and white art glass. It has an interesting history, made in Warsaw, Poland, probably in the late 1960s-early 1970s. The outer band exhibits impressed marks for the country and silver content of .750; the mark of HL is most likely for the maker, who is unidentified. The ring is sized at a 5 full...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Modernist : Pre 1980 item #1356725 (stock #JJ2495)
A vintage bronze modernist pendant and chain by Hans Sten and Karl Laine from Sten and Laine in Finland. Pendant reminds us of an abstract spiderweb. Pendant measures 3" long to the top of the bale and 2 5/8" at the widest. Chain is attached at the bale and measures about 28" around. Very nice condition. Great example of Scandinavian modernist design.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Arts and Crafts : Pre 1920 item #1356622 (stock #JJ2498)
An Arts and Crafts Brooch by George Frost with an acid etched design and a hammered edge. 'C' Clasp holds securely. Measures 2" long and 3/8" high. Marked Frost in a triangle. Nice condition with a few minor surface scratches. Fine example.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Modernist : Pre 1980 item #1356509
modemodern
$225.00
Vintage 1970s Brutalist modernist heavy statement size necklace by Danish designer Jacob Hull for the Buch & Deichmann company. The metal is heavily silver plated and the center stone is a genuine amethyst with dense inclusions. Marked JACOB HULL, B+D, and DENMARK. Great asymmetric very dimensional design. The pendant is attached to a heavy matching chain with hook clasp. Nice size -- the pendant is 2 7/8 inches long and the chain is 16 inches long. Excellent condition...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Modernist : Pre 1970 item #1355948 (stock #JJ2490)
A vintage modernist necklace by Lillo of Israel, with a large pendant. The pendant features a prong set orange speckled stone. Made of nickle silver, this necklace measures about 20" long and closes with a hook closure. Pendant is about 3" in diameter. Signed Lillo. Has some tarnish. Very interesting layered design. Great modernist look!
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Modernist : Pre 1970 item #1355696 (stock #3752)

Jacob Hull silver plate necklace for Buch en Deichmann

Denmark

Late 1960's to 1970's

Neck ring should fit a 14" neck

Center element measures 3 1/2" long

Weight - a substantial 92 grams

Marked on verso

Excellent vintage condition

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Modernist : Pre 1980 item #1355331 (stock #JJ2489)
A large copper and brass bracelet with alternating hammered and smooth panels from Casa Maya in Mexico. Measures about 7 1/2" long and 2 3/4" at the widest. In very nice condition, has some minor tarnish. Has a box clasp that snaps tightly. Signed Maya Mexico, and style # 237. Looks striking on! Very substantial.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Modernist : Pre 1960 item #1355250
Chunky hematite stones are wrapped in steel wires in these artisan made cufflinks. The stones measure approximately 1 inch long and 3/4 "tall. There is a small indentation on one of the stones that seems to be a natural flaw rather than a chip.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Pre 1910 item #1354158 (stock #AN5-174)
Period Pieces
$90.00
This extra-large Victorian locket is a real attention getter. The gold-filled locket hangs on an extra-long, 50" chain. The locket is 2" in diameter. It has both original picture rings and one picture.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Modernist : Pre 1980 item #1353362
This Canadian Robert Larin brutalist 7 panel bracelet was made between 1968 and 1977. It was made using the lost wax process casting pewter, then possibly plating with silver and oxidizing. The clasp seats very firm and there is “R.LARIN” stamped on the back. The piece weighs 74 grams, is 7.25” long and is 1.5” high.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Modernist : Pre 1980 item #1353359
This Canadian Robert Larin brutalist 6 panel bracelet was made between 1968 and 1977. It was made using the lost wax process casting pewter, then possibly plating with silver and oxidizing. The brass balls were inserted at the end. The clasp seats very firm and “Robert Larin” is stamped on the back in script. The piece weighs 70.5 grams, is 7.25” long and is 1” high.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Pre 1960 item #1352965 (stock #RC12058)
Period Pieces
$205.00
Here is a set composed of cuff links made from 2 large oval (3/4” x 1/2”) peacock glass cabs set in textured circles of gold-toned metal measuring just under 1” across, and a tie tack made from a smaller cab (3/8” x 1/4”), also set in gold-toned metal. The set was probably made in the 1950s or ‘60s, although the peacock glass itself is probably from the early 20th C. Unmarked and in excellent condition...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Pre 1910 item #1352847 (stock #AN4-102)
Period Pieces
$94.00
Amethyst is the birthstone for February and this sweet lavalier gives the look for a modest price...a charming necklace and an eye-catcher when worn. The stone is amethyst-colored glass and the metal is gold fill. It is not marked, but the 20" gold-fill chain bears the maker's mark for Bates & Bacon. The lavalier is 1 1/8 X 3/4", not including the fresh-water pearl dropper. Circa 1900.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Period : Pre 1920 item #1349074
GlitzQueen History and Art to Wear
$195.00
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Last year we found a pair of drop earrings very similar to these, but in blue, and they sold in a twinkling. "My dream earrings!" the customer called them. Perhaps these pink beauties will fulfill a dream for you -- or someone on your gift list.

A dream we didn't know we had came true when this brooch turned up -- as pretty a match for the earrings as if they'd begun life together, both made of gilt brass filigree set with pink art glass moonstones and both from the same region and era...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Period : Pre 1930 item #1348995
GlitzQueen History and Art to Wear
$180.00
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As you know if you collect Suffragette jewels, rings are the holy grail. Of the relatively few made, most feature gold and precious stones and are priced accordingly. An example with faux gems is a rare find, especially one this impressive in both beauty and scale.

Its condition is wonderful, too, but that isn't so unusual. Having been worn typically for meetings and marches, not on an everyday basis, Suffragette jewelry often survives looking nearly new, assuming careful storage...