A wonderful sterling silver necklace by George Kee. Kee worked at White Hogan in Scottsdale, AZ with his brother Allen Kee and cousin Kenneth Begay. Signed on the back with the initials GK, the White Hogan Mark, Sterling and Hand Made. Measures approximately 15" around, 1 3/8" at the widest. Hook clasp. Very nice weight, cool modernist design. Slight surface scratches. Looks great on! Circa 1950-60.
A vintage Georg Jensen USA bracelet from 1945. Design 419B. Measures 7 1/4" long and 1/2" wide. Marked USA Georg Jensen Inc. 419 B Sterling. Hook clasp which holds tightly. Has an inscription which reads, C.D. to J.D. June 5, 1945. Very nice condition. Classic design.
A hammered sterling silver cuff bracelet by John O. Bellis in a classic Arts and Crafts design. This cuff bracelet by Bellis, who worked for the San Francisco company, Shreve, is made of hammered Sterling silver with an applied 'G' initial. Measures 1/2" wide and approximately 6 3/4" around with an opening of 3/4". Very good condition, great patina. Marked John O. Bellis Sterling inside.
A beautiful Laurence Foss bracelet in a classic Arts and Crafts style. Laurence Foss studied with Edward Oakes and also worked for George Jensen whose influence is seen in this piece. Bracelet measures 7" long not counting the tongue and 1/2" wide. Marked with the LF in a shield, 116 and Sterling. Box clasp holds tightly. Nice patina and weight. Some minor surface scratches. Wonderfully made.
A Rare Signed Candleholder from the workshops of Charles Rohlfs in Buffalo, New York circa 1905. Made of mahogany and brass. Measures about 6 1/2" tall and 7 1/2" across. In good condition, does show some wear and tarnish, top is a bit misshapen. Great look and rare.
A beautiful sterling silver and enamel pendant by Agnete Dinesen, who was a designer for Anton Michelsen in the 1960s and 70s in the shape of a four leaf clover. Wonderful green enameling. Signed with the crown, AM Sterling Denmark and Dinesen. Measures 2 3/4" down from the top of the bale, and 1 3/4" wide. Great condition, warm patina, nice weight. Would look terrific on either a chain or neckring.
A beautiful and unusual Sterling, Amethyst and Turquoise brooch. By Ricardo Salas, nephew of Matl, Matilde Poulat, who worked with his aunt until her death and continued to create wonderful pieces. Measures 3 1/4" long and 2 1/4" at the widest. Very good condition, some minor scratches to some of the stones. Pin may have been replaced. Safety clasp. Marked in script, Matl, Mexico, 925, MS-12.
A vintage Frank Patania Sr. Angel Skin Coral and sterling silver necklace. Signed with the conjoined FP, Sterling and the Thunderbird. Three graduated strands, with the shortest strand measuring about 13" long, and the other two about 14". Coral is in shades of very pale pinks and oranges and creams. Does not sit flat, one strand may be twisted where it attaches to the clasp. Box closure snaps tightly and has three beads set on it...
An Arts and Crafts hammered sterling silver neck ring or collar by Old Newbury Crafters. Signed ONC, Handwrought, Sterling and a Salmon for the specific designer. Measures approximately 15" around. Hooks in front. Very nice condition.
A wonderful, rare sterling silver and stone ring by well known Mexico silver jewelry designer, Carmen Beckmann. Made up of 5 thin sterling bands and twelve dangling green stone cabochons. Great cascading effect. Signed Beckmann Sterling Mexico. In great condition. Deep green color. Approximately size 5.
A Fine Pair of Roycroft Candlesticks. Made of copper and brass and measuring about 9" tall. Both are signed.
A wonderful brooch from William Spratling in his classic Moth design. This brooch of silver with two amethyst cabochons, measures 2 1/2" across and 1 7/8" tall. Marked Spratling Silver, Made in Mexico. From 1943, during his first design period. In wonderful condition. Has a rollover safety clasp that holds tightly. One of his best designs!