Sterling Silver and Designer Costume Jewelry from Anna Marcel Anna Marcel
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Designer Signed : Pre 1980 item #1279312
Anna Marcel
SOLD- THANK YOU!
Fabulous Turquoise Bead Necklace with 14K Gold and Diamond Clasp. It measures appx 16 inches with 40 beads of nearly 10mm and weight is 55.3 grams. Clasp opens on both sides with 3 diamonds on each side and 8 in the center ring. This piece of fine jewelry is hallmarked 585 for 14k gold and KGH for maker.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Designer Signed : Pre 1980 item #1151704
Anna Marcel
$1200.00
Stunning Circa 1979 Persian Turquoise Ring from Iran. It is hallmarked and tested as 22k Gold, nearly pure. Fabulous Polished Persian Turquoise Cabachons. Size is appx 5. Weight is 4.9 dwt. Center Turquoise is 14mm x 9.6mm. Side Turquoises are 5.7mm x 4.1mm. Exotic hallmark inside that I cannot interpret. Comes from Iran in the 1970s. It is breathtaking. Can be sized w/o affecting mark.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Designer Signed : Pre 1980 item #1150682
Anna Marcel
Sale Pending
Fabulous piece purchased at Gumps in the late 70s or early 80s. Black Jade with large carved beads and 14k yellow gold smooth rondel beads with double sided clasp. Beautifully polished hand knotted black jade. The necklace is choker style and measures 16" Clasp marked 14k 585; there is a makers mark which is a CH inside a diamond shape. Very sophisticated this piece feels as good as it looks!
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Designer Signed : Pre 1960 item #1095232
Anna Marcel
SOLD- Thank you!
Heavy 14k Gold Setting with pinback, and 2 bales with a Large Gem Quality Azurite Stone in Center. The Total piece measures 2 inches in length with the bale open. The stone measures 1 1/4" x 3/4 ". Total weight is 11.7 DWT. There are 2 hallmarks on the gold, one on the larger bale. The letters look like Cyrillic or Arabic. Then on the side edge of the bezel setting is a lozenge style mark that is rubbed, in strong light w/a magnifier I can make out 585 at bottom, but not the figure above...