Lovely necklace of graduated convex circles made by Native American silversmith Don Lucas. A small silver bead separates each circle. The necklace measures 17 1/4" wearable length. The circles range from1 3/4" wide down to 15/16". Dated 1987; very good condition.
These 18 karat gold earrings by Tiffany could not be more versatile. The ridged pattern adds dimension and nice reflection of light to these half hoops. Measurements are 1/2" wide and 7/8" long; excellent condition. Omega backs; circa 1970.
Finely, finely woven sterling silver earrings by Angela Cummings. These were made in 1985 before she began working with Tiffany. They measure 3/4" square; excellent condition. Clip backs can be converted to posts.
Beautifully sculpted Caviar earrings by Lagos. They are made of sterling with 18 karat gold pyramids and a central oval amethyst. Clip backs can be converted to posts. Measurements are 3/4" wide and 7/8" tall. Excellent condition; made circa 1990's.
This fine line, streamlined sterling silver belt buckle is totally Betty Cooke. She is known for the light, airy simplicity of her Modernist designs. The buckle measures 2 3/16" wide and 1 5/16" tall. It accommodates a 1" belt. It is sold in the original box with Cooke's signature and her well known lavender tissue. Excellent condition; made circa 1970.
Richly colored sodalite is surrounded by two rows of tiny gold beads in these beautiful earrings by Ilias Lalaounis. They have omega backs; measure 3/4" in diameter. Sold with original leather pouch. Made circa 1980.
Stunning hammered gold necklace by Paloma Picasso for Tiffany. It is 18 karat gold and weighs a substantial 112 grams. The links are 1/2" long and 1/4" wide with a wearable length of 17 1/2". Excellent condition; dated 1989.
This silver and lapis lazuli necklace is classic Betty Cooke - light and airy. It is made of silver tubes and round lapis beads in groups alternating from one to six throughout the 36" length. It is sold in the original Betty Cooke box with her handwritten signature and the purple tissue paper in which she wraps her pieces before lovingly sending them to their new homes. Cooke is 90 years of age and has been well known for her jewelry for some 60 years. This piece is about 25 years old.
This sterling silver an onyx bracelet is a rare and early example of the work of silver master, Antonio Pineda. The hallmark dates between 1949 and 1953 when he used the name Jewels by Antonio. It foreshadows the industrial designs often seen in his work. The construction of this bracelet is especially interesting in that it is hinged on the back in a way that allows the stones to move making it very flexible and easy to wear. Measurements are approximately 7 1/2" long (difficult to measure ...click for details