This bracelet is in excellent condition. There are no breaks, bends, cracks, damages or repairs to this item. Polish to your own preference.
Goodspeed was a cultural anthropologist with a keen interest in pre-Columbian archeology. She and her artist husband opened a gallery in Taxo, Mexico in the late 1930s and sold his work along with pre-Columbian artifacts. She designed and created jewelry and tableware and sold it through the gallery. Many of Goodspeed's pieces reflect Aztec and Mayan influences.
The matching clip on earrings are 15/16" in diameter.
These items are in excellent condition.
It is in excellent condition. Has very little surface wear. The table of the ring is 1/2" square.
This pin is hallmarked Corocraft sterliing with the Pegasus. He measures 2 7/8" by 1 1/8".
Reference: Abingdon Pottery Artware, 1934-1950 Stepchild of the Great Depression by Joe Paradis, Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., 1997 pages 63, 38
Originally this particular type of glass was developed in 1885 by the Mt. Washington glass Company. Queen Victoria named the glass "Burmese" because the beautiful blend of colors reminded her of sunset in Burma.
This is an older ( 1970's ) ruffle top basket in excellent condition. It is approximately 8 1/2" tall with the handle, 7" in diameter and 4" tall without the handle.
It has the beautiful Roses design. It is signed on the bottom "hand Painted J. Wilson."
This showy pendant measures 3 1/4". It is articulated to move freely with wear. The chain measures 23" from end to end with a manual spring ring clasp. Clean and original and in excellent condition.
Vintage, circa 1960's - 70's, FABULOUS peacock necklace was designed by Erwin Pearl. The chunky gold link necklace features faux plastic lapis and jade accents. The necklace was signed with a metal tag stating "ERWIN EP PEARL". This necklace no longer has the tag an it. Excellent vintage condition. An elegant addition to any wardrobe.