This unsigned enamel and rhinestone flower pin is 3 1/4" x 2 1/4". The flowers are lavender & purple, metallic green enamel leaves, and sparkling purple and clear rhinestones. and a gold ton finish.
It is in Excellent vintage condition. Some natural nicks and chips, but overall in great condition. Pin and clasp are in perfect working order.
This is fantastic piece of 40s figural jewelry. Each of the five links is set with hand painted figural Asia Princess face masks and accented with small faux pearls and a gold headband with tassel drops. Each face has red lips and white eyebrows and eye slits.
This bracelet is 7 3/8" long by 1 3/4" wide set in chunky silver tone. It is possible that this might also be Selro / Selini, too.
This Alexander Korda 'Thief of Bagdad' cloaked rider pin is silver colored base metal. This pin is considered a masterpiece of costume jewelry some of which were produced by Rice Weiner inspired by Korda's 1940 film.
FREE FIRS CLASS USPS SHIPPIING WITH DELIVERY CONFIRMATION. Circa 1940.
This native American Indian chief enameled brooch from the 1940s is well crafted. It has lots of details. It has crystal accents on his headdress, war paint on his face, on a grassy base. It is not hallmarked. It is 2 1/4" x 1 3/4".
This cornflower necklace was made by W. A. P. Watson in Solihul, England using the trade name of Exquisite (Hallmarked) from about the late 1940s to the 1970s. It is 18" in length and the cornflower sections are 1" x 11/16". Clean and bright!
This geometric diamond shaped pin has a bakelite back. This pin measures 3 1/8" in width and 1 1/2" in height with a depth of 1/4". It is in excellent condition.
This celluloid /bakelite prison ring or otherwise know as mourning ring is a size 6.5
It is in excellent condition. Has very little surface wear. The table of the ring is 1/2" square.
This Art Deco stick pin is 3" in length. There is a small chip in the lower right corner of the stone.
This Art Nouveau sash pin is all original. It is 3" x 2". This particular sash pin is in remarkable condition.
This Asia figure has flowing robes, cabochon belly and face. This pin appears to be 14K brushed gold finish. This pin is unmarked but probably Marvella or Hattie Carnegie.
Atwood & Sawyer of England are producers of copies of 18th & 19th century precious jewelry. They have been in business since 1956 producing many jewels seen on Dynasty and Dallas TV series.
This pin is hallmarked A & S.
This exquisite fruit berries pin was made in Austria almost exclusively for export to the United States. It has a wonderful rich color.
It is made of molded or carved glass, usually transparent or translucent. The glowing appearance of the fruit is enhanced by the fact that the glass is backed with gold foil, making it both richer in color and more light reflective. The leaves and stems of the fruit pale green crystal rhinestone.
This painted dress clip is 1.75" x 15/16". There is one stone missing and there are some paint chips from wear.
Dimensions: 2 1/4" x 1 3/8"
This vintage carved bakelite clamp bracelet is 1 1/4" wide on the floral side, 2 3/8" interior length, and 1 11/16" wide. This bracelet is in excellent condition.
This vintage carved black bakelite pendant is 2 3/4" long by 1 7/8" wide. The chain is 16" long. It is 5/16" thick. This pendant and chain are in excellent condition.
This bakelite heart pin with 12 cherries is definitely bakelite. The heart is 2 1/4" x 2 1/16" with the 12 cherries. The only thing not original to this pin is the wire. Everything else is excellent.
The heart is 2 1/4" long by 2 1/8" wide plus the berries. This brings the total length of the pin to 3 1/2" in length. As you can see in the picture the wires are showing some wear. On the right side of the heart there appears a line with white shadow showing through the red. Considering it's age it has been well loved.