Jenny Andersen Antique Jewelry
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Arts and Crafts : Pre 1910 item #1207412 (stock #AP10-653)
Jenny Andersen
This is a charming sterling Arts & Crafts pin from circa 1900. It is silver with blue and green enamel, artfully shaded. A mother-of-pearl round tops the pin.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Art Nouveau : Pre 1910 item #1203907 (stock #AN7-505)
Jenny Andersen
This signed Art Nouveau lavalier is set with a central oval turquoise cabochon and seed pearls. It is made of 9 ct gold, suggesting English origin, and signed with the maker's mark SB & SLD in a rounded rectangular lozenge. The lavalier comes with a 16" gold filled chain and is 1 1/4" X 1". Circa 1900.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Mixed Media : Vanity : Pre 1920 item #1203522 (stock #CD-10)
Jenny Andersen
This lovely sterling brush has a marquise-shaped porcelain insert with a blue and white Dutch windmill scene. It was manufactured by the Alvin Manufacturing Company of Providence, Rhode Island. This company, currently a division of Gorham, was founded in 1886 and was known for its sterling flatware, hollow ware, toilet ware, and novelties. The brush bears two marks for the company along with STERLING, 250 C, and Pat app for.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Enamel : Pre 1910 item #1202948 (stock #AP7-478)
Jenny Andersen
This charming little gold-filled pin has blue enamel with a white enameled fleur d'lis. It is Victorian in age and is 3/4" diameter
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Pre 1940 item #1201844 (stock #AS5-139)
Jenny Andersen
This is a lovely and striking large stickpin beautifully enameled and accented with five pearls. The enamel portion is 3/4"; the pin overall is 3" long. A clutch will be supplied with the pin. It is not marked for metal content, but bears the design mark 0047. Tests as low-karat [9 k?] gold. Age uncertain.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Cufflinks and Accessories : Pre 1930 item #1200490 (stock #AO8-567)
Jenny Andersen
This wonderful two-piece belt buckle is typical of 1930s Czech pieces. It is made of glass and set with brilliants.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Pre 1900 item #1198706 (stock #AP6-397)
Jenny Andersen
The Daughters of Liberty was formed ~1766, shortly after the Sons of Liberty. This group of brave women boycotted British products and made use of traditional women's skills such as weaving and spinning, to support the cause of liberty. This charming 14 k gold pin is a bit of history, an homage to the group. It sports an enameled flag, initials, No. 5, and the date 1860. The pin is 1 X 1/1/2" in size.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Victorian : Pre 1910 item #1196494 (stock #AR6-416)
Jenny Andersen
Heliotrope is a old name for bloodstone, a dark green jasper with flecks of bright red iron oxide. These bright red spots were once thought to be drops of blood, hence the name. But since that label may be a turn-off, we'll go with heliotrope, a name that comes from the way the stone reflects light. This ring, with its shield-shaped dark green bloodstone. is simple and charming. The setting is an ornate 10 k gold Victorian delight. The stone is 1/4" across and the ring is a size 6 1/2.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Period : Pre 1930 item #1139220 (stock #AS5-140)
Jenny Andersen
This Egyptian Revival stickpin tests as 10 k gold. The decorative head is 7/8" in length and the pin overall is 2 5/8". A clutch will be supplied with the pin. The yellow "stone" appears to be glass.