Sterling silver frames filled with delicately engraved cutwork roses form the links on this vintage bracelet. Bands of silver attach each detailed link. The roses alternate in orientation across the bracelet and finish in an invisible lock clasp. This Retro Modern piece measures 14/16" in width, 7" in length. Circa: 1940.
A woman’s face is surrounded by long flowing hair on this antique sterling silver pendant. Floral and sea shell designs provide further ornamentation. The pendant measures 2 1/4” in height by 1 3/4” in width. Circa: 1910.
Intricate filigree ornaments this vermeil feather art deco pin. The handmade antique pin’s sterling silver base is visible as time and wear have worn off the vermeil detailing. The incredible craftsmanship that went into creating this pin makes it a stunning piece. The pin measures 2 1/2” in height and 1 3/8” in width. Circa: 1920.
This antique clip is crafted of sterling silver and green jade carved in the shape of a ship under sail. The art deco piece measures 1 5/8” in width by 1” in height. Circa: 1920.
This antique sterling and micro-mosaic pin depicts a pillared building much like Parthenon on Greece’s Acropolis. Intricate design work surrounds the central mosaic. The decorative portion of the pin measures 1 3/8” by 1 1/4". Circa: 1800.
This antique bi-colored chatelaine is crafted of sterling silver with applied red gold. The top portion of the chatelaine features an open design with flowing floral patterns and measures 4” in height and 1 1/2" in width. Attach to the main piece is a mechanical pencil, a wax seal with blood stone, a mess coin purse with a pierced openwork mount and a scent bottle. The mechanical pencil is bi-colored as well with a floral pattern covering the majority of its surface...
A lovely pale blue guilloche, engine turned enamel provides decoration for the back of this antique oval hand mirror. The art deco chatelaine features a simple curved handle that would serve as a chatelaine connector. The front face holds an oval mirror. The piece measures 3 1/4" in height by 1 3/4" in width. Circa: 1920.
Curving, rounded edges outline this antique sterling garnet pin. Trios of garnets form the penultimate ring while a circle of ten garnets surrounds the center stone. The back is stamped “935”. The pin measures 1 1/4" in diameter. Circa: 1880.
Engraved foliate designs decorate the front and back calling card case of this antique sterling silver chatelaine. The top hook is crafted in the shape of a fleur-de-lis. The front of the calling card case is engraved with initials that appear to be “AER”. The case measures 4 1/2" in width, 3 3/4” in height and approximately 1” in depth. With the chain, the piece measures 12” in height. Circa: 1898.
Cherubim, flowers and musical instruments realized in repousse cover the top and bottom surfaces of this antique sterling silver chatelaine glasses case. The top 1/3 of the front of the spectacle case is hinged to open giving easy access to the royal blue velvet lined interior. The Victorian era case measures 5 1/2" in height, 1 5/8” in width and approximately 5/8” in depth. When dangling from the attached chain, the piece measures 8 3/4" in height...
This extremely rare antique sterling silver knitter’s chatelaine is crafted in the shape of a key. A delicate floral design ornaments the key’s body while a flowing repousse pattern decorates the handle. The part of the key that would normally fit in a lock detaches from the main piece allowing the key to serve as a guard for knitting needles. The key measures 4” in length and 1 5/8” in height. Dangling from the chain the entire piece measures 3 1/2" in height. Circa: 1850.
This magnificent antique scent bottle is unusually shaped and crafted of sterling silver. The top of the bottle has a twist to lock design keeping the top securely on. The chatelaine bottle itself has wonderfully ornate detailing showing incredible craftsmanship. The bottle has a slight ding on the lower portion. The bottle measures 3 1/4" in height, 1 1/4" in width and measures 6 1/2” in length when the chain is included in the measurement. Circa: 1840.