Measurements: WEIGHT: 26 grams - 1 3/4" x 3" - 1/2" (wing elevation from the body of the brooch).
Clearly signed "Nettie Rosenstein."
No damages or repairs and the two springs which allow the trembler to function are also in good. working condition.
Great three dimensional detail using a combination of matte and bright "gold."
Measurements: 1 7/8" square on a 17 1/2" braided cord tipped with two 10mm silver beads
This is a beautifully crafted Mid Century design bolo tie of mixed metals (one of which is silver) with an overall acid patina added.
Estate purchase dating to the 1960's.
Suitable for a man or woman.
Measurements: BRACELET: 8 1/4" long x 1/2" wide - NECKLACE: 18" long x 1/2" wide
This is a spectacular example of quality Retro (1940's) design. The square cut rhinestones are prong set in hinged channels - all original and clear white...
Measurements: 2" diameter with a domed profile of 5/8" set into a silver full cup bezel with original "c" clasp. Pin stem appears to either have been replaced or re-soldered.
A gorgeous portrait of a wealthy woman of the court or a courtesan wearing an ornate kimono covered in gold moriage representing threads of gold. The hair ornaments are also golden.
Beautiful life like detail.
The only damage I see is a bit of moriage bead work missing from the frame surround.
Measurements: 3" x 1 1/4"
1950's patent date.
Both clip mechanisms are in good working order with a tight spring. The frame in undamaged and without repair.
Please note that there are several dark and/or discolored original rhinestones. The asking price reflects these flaws.
Measurements: INSIDE DIAMETER: 2 5/8" - EXTERIOR DIAMETER: 3 1/8" - WIDTH: 7/8"
This is a lucite bangle which dates to the late 1950's-1960's. It has been hand etched and then hand painted.
The design is of moon and stars and the famous French character: Pierrot.
A bit of paint is missing on the moon and two stars.
Measurements: LENGTH: 7/8" OVAL AMETHYST including pronged bezel: 9/16" x 1/2"
The engraved French motto translates into English as "I will remain steadfast until death" which suggests that this fob might be a love token - echoing the wedding vow of "until death do us part."
The carved semi precious stone is a genuine amethyst. The metal tests as gold filled.
Dating to the first half of the 1800's.
Measurements: 3/4" DIAMETER not including the hanger - HANGER mechanism adds 1/4" height - THICKNESS of the double sided intaglio: 3/8"
This very detailed and finely carved intaglio shows the head and, I believe, riding crop of an Edwardian jockey - a most unusual subject for an intaglio watch fob.
The fob has two sides: one of carnelian and one of onyx - both carved.
The metal surround is gold filled which will polish beautifully.
The hanger mechanism is also unusual: soldered indi...
Measurements: INTERIOR flat sided diameter: 2 3/4" - EXTERIOR curved diameter: 3 3/4" - WIDTH: 1 3/4"
Four "stars and galaxies" plaques of sterling vermeil cut through to show the underlying black color of the cuff.
Clearly signed and dated on the corner of one of the plaques.
A most unusual (retired) 20th Century Moderne design for Dweck.
Measurements: WEIGHT: 2.5 oz. - LENGTH; 7.5" - 27 individual beads on silvered brass chain with a brass clasp.
I am dating this bracelet to the 1960's.
I call this a "sampler" bracelet because it features many examples of beautiful Venetian glass beads: milleflori, blown glass with mica, beads with silver foil, etc. - in colors ranging from soft reds to sparkling organge, amber, and deep cherry.
Measurements: 3/4" diameter -- 2mm thick -- WEIGHT: 6.2 grams total.
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Measurements: WEIGHT: 1 oz. of sterling - LENGTH: 7 1/2 inches
In very good, undamaged condition with no repairs.
There is a date charm of 1958 and a silver nickel charm dated 1960.
The themes represented are equestrian with a terrific 3 D horsehead/horseshoe charm; music and ballet dance, cats, Providence, RI, etc.
I think of charm bracelets as very individual diaries which can, with a little imagination, be "read."