A fine vintage link bracelet in Mexican silver, (probably sterling) with turquoise and amethyst stones and beads in the style of Matilde Poulat, Matl. Measures about 8 1/4" long. Measures 3/4" at the widest. Spring closure which holds tightly. Very nice condition. Lots of detail. Perfect for the average to larger wrist.
An Interesting Decorated Ashtray from the University of North Dakota School of Mines. Measures about 3 3/4" across. No cracks, chips or repairs. Nice example.
A Fine and Rare Matte Green Pottery Pitcher from William Jervis at his Craven Pottery. This would have been made in Ohio between 1905-08. Fine condition and measuring about 4" tall, 4 3/4" across at its widest.
A silver (probably sterling) and green stone scarab brooch in an Arts and Crafts design. Not sure what the stone is, but it is translucent. Measures 1 3/4" across and 7/8" tall. Has an earlier 'C' clasp. This vintage hand made brooch has a warm patina and is in very good condition.
A vintage modernist sterling silver ring by David Andersen with a light greenish-blue marble like stone. Ring is adjustable and currently measures about size 6 1/2. Interesting raised setting and layered open back. In very good vintage condition with some light surface scratches. Marked with D-A, 925S, and Norway-Sterling. Great example of Scandinavian modernist jewelry.
A wonderful carved onyx head with a large silver turban and 2 hanging earrings adorned with amethyst cabochons. Measures almost 4 1/2" long and 1 1/2" across. Can be worn as either a brooch or pendant. Would look great on a neckring! Marked Mexico Silver in a circle. Some loss to the paint on the face. Amethysts have natural occlusions. Pin may have been replaced. Cool bold design. Pre eagle.
A vintage modernist early Taxco silver brooch in a Pre Columbian design. Simply signed Taxco 980. Has a small turquoise cabochon in its mouth. Measures 2 1/8" across and 1 7/8" tall. Early 'C' clasp. Nice weight and patina. Pre eagle.
A pair of sterling silver cuff links in a modernist concave design. Signed Patino, Taxco Sterling, 925. Also has an early eagle mark with the number 1 in it. Measure approximately 1" square. Very nice condition, toggles work fine. Reminiscent of an Antonio Pineda design.
An Arts and Crafts sterling silver brooch by the Chicago silver firm, Kalo. Measures approximately 1 1/4" high and 2" long. Marked Hand Wrought Sterling Kalo and 107. Has a rollover safety clasp that holds tightly. Beautiful condition. Nice dark patina.
An vintage modernist sterling silver ring. Marked St 925. Measures about a size 8. About 1/2" tall above the finger. In very nice condition, great patina. Looks hand made. Some minor scratches and tarnish. You can see through the top. Makes a statement!
A modernist heavy Mexican silver and stone vintage bracelet. Made up of 6 rectangular green stone cabochons set in silver. Box closure which snaps tightly. Marked with an eagle, and Mexico Silver. Measures 6 1/2" long without the clasp and 1/2" wide. Stones have a great green swirled color. Very nice condition. No chips or cracks.
A Fine Set of Four Sterling Silver Serving Pieces from Shreve in San Francisco. Signed as shown and beautifully representing the Arts & Crafts Style. Weighing about 3.7 ounces each. Measure about 6 1/4" long, 4 1/4" wide and 1 3/4" tall. Initial "S' nicely engraved on each. Would like to keep this together, but will consider selling in groups of two. This is for 4 pieces.
A pair of vintage modernist Mexican silver and turquoise colored stone screw back earrings. Influenced by Hubert Harmon's Sputnik design. Measure 5/8" across and drop down 1 1/2". In nice condition, some tarnish. Findings are marked Alpaca, and the maker's initials, JCR. Earrings cleaned up like silver. Screw backs work fine. They sway while you walk and really catch the light! Fun design.
A vintage modernist sterling silver and ceramic ring. Marked with the anchor for Hans Myhre, 925S, Norway and Sterling. Measures about a size seven, but can be adjusted. Center section measures 7/8" across. Wonderful condition, looks great on. Mid Century.
A hand hammered sterling silver Trillium flower brooch by Canadian silversmith, Andrew Fussell for the Zonta convention 1960. With leaves alternating between hammered and smooth, this brooch has an Arts and Crafts feel. Fussell was a founding member of the Toronto Metal Arts Guild. Measures 1 5/8" across and 1 7/8" down. Marked Zonta, Toronto, 1960, Sterling, Fussell and the Canadian Hallmark for Sterling. Rollover safety clasp holds tightly. Warm patina and nicely made...
A fun vintage sterling silver brooch or pendant depicting a creature, possibly a reindeer in a crouching position. Measures 1 1/4" across and 1" high. Marked on the back with what looks like the initials IMP and a hallmark which we can't decipher. Can be worn as a brooch or on a chain. Has a rollover safety clasp. Warm patina.
A sterling silver brooch in the three dimensional Amphi design. Measures 2" across and 2" high. Marked with the ND for Norway Designs, conjoined TV for Tone Vigeland superimposed on O.P. for Odver Pettersen who was the production manager for Norway Plus in the 1960's. Also has the Plus sign, Sterling and Norway. Has a rollover safety clasp that holds tightly. Nice weight and quality. Great mid century design.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Cufflinks and Accessories : Silver : Pre 1970 item #1236871 (stock #JJ1199)
A vintage pair of sterling silver hand made cufflinks and matching tie tack with applied Tiger's Eye spheres. Includes original paperwork certifying genuine gemstones dated 1969. Cufflinks measure 3/4" long and 1/2" across, marked sterling on the toggles. Tie tack measures almost 1" across and is marked sterling on the back. Dark patina. Well made and great brutalist design.