Interesting silver and enamel earrings by New York jewelry artist, Helen Hosking. Hosking's work has been in museum shows throughout the United States. These triangular earrings are particularly interesting because the enamel looks like inlaid stone. Measurements are 1 1/8" wide and 1 1/16" tall. They are large but light enough to be worn comfortably. Clip backs can be converted to posts; excellent condition.
Rare necklace of sterling and malachite by silver master, William Spratling. This example is especially unusual because of the two colors of stones, giving the effect of fabric turned over and under. It is in excellent condition with the tiny exception of a ding to one of the balls. The chain measures 20" long. Hallmark dates to the 1940's.
Overlapping rectangles of enamel and textured gold make for sporty looking tri-color earrings by Cartier. The smooth finish of the navy and white enamel rectangles works well with the textured gold. Each of the three rectangles has the same finely striated band around it. The earrings are 7/8" tall and 1 1/4" wide. Made in Italy in the 1960's. Omega backs.
Lovely aquamarine and diamond ring set in 18 karat gold by Bulgari. The central stone weighs 2 2.5 carats and is surrounded by interesting stepped sides. The ring is size 6 1/2 but can easily be sized up or down. Condition is excellent.
Geometric large dangle earrings by Mexican designer, Salvador Teran. The earrings are 2" long from the very top to bottom of the dangle. In spite of the large size, they are light enough in weight to be able to be worn comfortably. Screwbacks; circa 1950's.
This positively enormous belt buckle by silver master, Antonio Pineda, transcends jewelry into sculpture. It is 970 silver set with an abstract design in onyx. It was probably a custom made piece. Measurements are 5 5/8" wide x 2 3/8" tall. It would make a wonderful statement on either a man or woman with lots of style.
Wonderfully sculptural, original design three panel bracelet. Each wood panel has five facets. It is made of 980 silver, higher quality than sterling. The bracelet has a pin closure; the inside diameter is 2 3/16", fitting a small/ medium wrist.Probably made in the 1950's - 60's.
Two custom made brooches done in sterling and gold. The pin on the left has 16 gold balls on a matter silver surface. It measures 1 5/8" square. Because it is square, it would look equally good worn on point.
The brooch on the right has intentionally irregular edges. The matte gold center square and matte silver around it both have smooth silver frames making for a nice variety of textures. Measures 1 3/4" x 1 5/8".
This unusual Modernist silver cuff bracelet opens on the side. It is graduated in size and can be worn in a variety of ways. It is equally interesting with the opening to the inside or outside; with the wide part either top or bottom.
The width is 9/16" at its widest and goes to 1 1/2" at the widest. Excellent condition.
Silver master, William Spratling worked in gold for custom orders. He made these unusual earrings in the 1960's. They consist of 6 dangling discs. Irregularities are reflections on the photo only - the earrings are in excellent condition. They measure 1 1/2" long and 3/4" wide; screwbacks.