Interesting silver and enamel earrings by New York jewelry artist, Helen Hosking. Hosking's work has been in museum shows throughout the United States. These triangular earrings are particularly interesting because the enamel looks like inlaid stone. Measurements are 1 1/8" wide and 1 1/16" tall. They are large but light enough to be worn comfortably. Clip backs can be converted to posts; excellent condition.
Handmade silver beads alternate with amber in this lovely necklace. The silver beads are graduated while the amber ones are uniform in size. Measures 20" long. Some dents in the silver beads are visible on close examination. Strong, nicely handmade box clasp.
This colorful necklace from Czechoslovakia is made of beads; and wood discs and square wood rods. It is strung on a metal chain measuring 18" long. It probably dates to the 1930's or 40's. Condition is excellent. The mix of colors allows this necklace to be worn well with almost anything.
Rare necklace of sterling and malachite by silver master, William Spratling. This example is especially unusual because of the two colors of stones, giving the effect of fabric turned over and under. It is in excellent condition with the tiny exception of a ding to one of the balls. The chain measures 20" long. Hallmark dates to the 1940's.
Overlapping rectangles of enamel and textured gold make for sporty looking tri-color earrings by Cartier. The smooth finish of the navy and white enamel rectangles works well with the textured gold. Each of the three rectangles has the same finely striated band around it. The earrings are 7/8" tall and 1 1/4" wide. Made in Italy in the 1960's. Omega backs.
Lovely aquamarine and diamond ring set in 18 karat gold by Bulgari. The central stone weighs 2 2.5 carats and is surrounded by interesting stepped sides. The ring is size 6 1/2 but can easily be sized up or down. Condition is excellent.
These lovely earrings with clusters of natural turquoise stones are unusual in that they are set in 18 karat gold. Screw backs can be changed to posts.
They date to the 1930's or 40's; measure 7/16" in diameter.
Reversible pendant necklace by Paloma Picasso for Tiffany. One side is eighteen karat gold and the other sterling silver. A banded agate stone revolves in the middle allowing the variations in the stone to show. It is strung on a gold chain also signed by Tiffany and Paloma. The disc measures 1" wide. The chain is 18 1/2" long; excellent condition.
Geometric large dangle earrings by Mexican designer, Salvador Teran. The earrings are 2" long from the very top to bottom of the dangle. In spite of the large size, they are light enough in weight to be able to be worn comfortably. Screwbacks; circa 1950's.