This Juliana banjo / mandelin pin is 2 3/4" long by 1 1/4" wide. It is in excellent condition.
These Juliana reverse carved intaglio earrings are 11/16" x 3/4". They are in excellent condition.
These Trifari crown earrings are in excellent condition. They are 1 1/2" long by 1" wide.
This novelty scarecrow pin in gold tone metal is a not so spooky scarecrow. He sports a straw hat, corn cob pipe and a crow perched on his arm. His eyes are faux turquoise beads, His nose is a coral colored bead. The crow has a red rhinestone eye. Lots of details and textures. His legs move. It is 2 1/4" long and 1 1/2" wide. It is not hallmarked. Excellent condition.
This Cadoro green,orange, yellow and brown enameled pin celebrates the " 12 days of Christmas" song. It is 2 7/8" x 1 3/4". This pin is in excellent condition.
While eating a nut, a squirrel sits on branches alongside a napkin holder. It is not marked but can be found illustrated on page 74 of Figural Napkin Rings, Collector's Identification and Value Guide by Gottschalk & Whitson. Please consider the pictures part of the listing.
This Hobe sterling 14K vermeil floral bouquets of stemmed blooms entwined with ribbons and bows is made in the 1940s. It is 2 3/8" long by 1 5/8" tall x 3/4" deep. Marvelous detail.
This Acme silver Co. number 732 three cherries and leaves drape over one side of the napkin holder which has a leaf-shaped base. Sometimes this napkin holder will be marked Standard Silver Co., Ltd.
This napkin ring is 2 1/2" tall and is circa 1885. It is engraved with the name " Grace". It has wonderful patina.
This silver plate Meriden Britania Co. Number 202 napkin ring is a long tailed bird resting upon the stem of a large leaf,its tips creating the feet. The banded napkin ring holder has in its center a leaf design with the space for engraving. This space is engraved "Ella" very lightly and very small. The Japanning shows some wear and there is a bump to the side of the ring. It is hallmarked "Meriden" in a circle. Lots of detailing on this item.
Niello jewelry is made in Thailand and is easily identified by its unique ethnic motifs. The bracelet is hallmarked "Made in Thailand."
Siamese silver jewelry provides a contrast of colors between the black field and high-lighted silver design. That is what makes Siamese silver jewelry unique and distinctive look.
This Victorian hand painted portrait of a gypsy vagabond boy on porcelain pin is in a gold tone frame. The porcelain portrait itself is 2 1/2 tall by 2 wide. It is unsigned. It is in excellent vintage condition for this type of item. There is a very faint 22 impressed in the porcelain.
Van Bergh Silver Plate Company, Number 3 or Barbour Silver Co. #7. This large squirrel, without glass eyes, eats a nut while seated alongside a napkin holder. p. 73