Sporty and unusual earrings by Boris Le Beau who sold jewelry from his shop on Madison Avenue for 40 years. A central yellow sapphire has pear shaped emeralds above and below. All are set in 18 karat gold on ebony.
Omega backs. Measure 1.13" long and .75" wide. Made circa 1970's; excellent condition.
This Kieselstein Cord spool links bracelet is made with the matte green gold for which he is well known. It also has the substantial weight of Kieselstein's work. It weighs 63 grams. The bracelet has a wearable length of 7 1/2". It is dated 1988. The bracelet can be worn equally well on its own or paired with others.
This silver circles bracelet by Mexico's Los Castillo utilizes one of their favorite motifs in which ribbed, domed circles are topped with a silver ball. Each circle is 1" in diameter. With the round links joining the discs, the bracelet measures 7" in wearable length. Excellent condition; made 1940's.
This ornamented squares bracelet by silver master William Spratling is not often seen.
Alternating squares and rectangles have a wrapped circular design around them.
Measurements are 3/4" wide and 6 13/16" wearable length so it fits a small/ medium wrist. Made in the 1940's.
Sporty and sophisticated 18 karat gold and lapis lazuli earrings by David Webb. The oval stones are ribbed throughout. They measure 7/8" wide and 1 1/8" tall. Clip backs; excellent condition. Made circa 1960's.
Artisan made 14 karat gold chain with a moonstone pendant. The chain is made with a V to which the pendant is affixed.
The chain measures 16 3/4" long and the pendant an additional 2". Both are signed sv.h. and 585. The fact that it is marked 585 rather than 14 karat is an indication that it is European in origin, probably Danish from the style.
The moonstones are richly colored and measure 9/16" in diameter.
This large "Armadillo" silver belt buckle is one of Hector Aguilar's iconic designs. It has been copied by others but this is an original. Measurements are 2 3/4" tall x 5 1/4" wide. It is currently on a suede strap that is 24 1/4" long but it can easily be put on another belt of any length. The buckle is equally well suited for a man or woman. Excellent condition; circa 1950.
This unusually large turquoise Native American bracelet is surrounded by handsome silver detail. It may have been made for ceremonial use.The triangular turquoise stone measures 2 1/2" tall and 1 3/4" at its widest. There is matrix throughout the stone. In one area, it is filled with resin as there was obviously an indentation. That would not be unusual with a stone as large as this. Made circa 1950's;excellent condition.
Massive Native American cuff bracelet with two triangular turquoise stones. There is beautiful silver work with considerable detail around the stones. The bracelet makes a fabulous fashion statement for either a man or woman. It measures 3 1/8" tall and 3" at its widest. The inner diameter of the cuff is 2 1/2" with a 1 5/8" opening (which can be adjusted).
There is a small chip in the smaller of the two stones. It can probably be polished out but I have had nothing done to ...click for details
Navajo bracelet with 15 beautifully colored, natural turquoise stones. The center medallion is 1 3/4" tall. Inner diameter is 2 1/4" with an opening of 1 1/4" (adjustable). Last thumbnail photo shows that the wrist cuff has been (poorly) re-soldered to the center medallion. It was not beautifully done but it is certainly secure. It does not show on the front of the bracelet. Made no later than 1950's.