Four pillboxes by early Mexican silver designer, Fred Davis. Three have turquoise stones and one is amethyst. Made circa 1930's.
Large box SOLD
Each smaller one is 3/4" x 1". Amethyst box in center is SOLD.
All are in excellent condition.
Sterling silver necklace by New York designer, Robert Lee Morris. Morris was one of the first designers to present jewelry as wearable art in the 1970's. Chain measures 17" in length . Each oval dangle is 5/8" long. Excellent condition; probably from the 1980's.
Versatile 18 karat gold Earrings by Elizabeth Locke. Can be worn with or without stones; clip or pierced. Richly colored hammered gold.
Cleverly and carefully crafted so that the pink tourmalines can be added or removed. Gold discs measure 1" x 7/8".
Silver plated pillboxes from France, each with a different theme. Three are horse related, one has a sailor and one a hound. Each design is three dimensional. Boxes measure 1 1/4" in diameter and 3/4 - 7/8" tall.
Brass earrings by Hubert Harmon representing two of his most iconic motifs. Harmon worked in brass as well as silver. He often incorporated Sputnik-like designs as in these domed earrings with balls. They measure 1" in diameter. The Fish earrings are 2 1/4" long. Both in excellent condition; circa 1950.
Unusual mixed metals necklace of sterling silver, copper and another silver colored metal that I am not sure of. Inset in each link are oval and tear drop shaped turquoise stones. Certainly artist made but unsigned, other than the Sterling label. Circa 1950; measures approximately 17 1/2" long. Each link is 1 3/8" long and 11/16" wide. Excellent condition.
Unusual sterling silver bracelet by late 20th century designer, Lisa Jenks. Links are on a heavy elastic cord so that one size truly fits all. One link is different from the others with Lisa's early stylized LJ hallmark on one side which can be worn facing out or facing in and consistent with the others. Links measure 5/8" wide; excellent condition.
Strong, simple design sterling silver bracelet by Antonio Pineda. Heavy weight; made of 970 silver, higher purity than sterling. Equally suitable for a male or female. Measures 7/8" wide and 7 3/4" in outer circumference. Circa 1960; excellent condition.
Stunning hand hammered eighteen karat gold bangle bracelets by well known designer Ippolita. Larger one is 2 3/8" inner diameter and 1" wide. Smaller one is 2 9/16" inner diameter and 1/2" wide. Both are in pristine condition. They are still in production and retail for $9750. and $6000.