Tailored Mauboussin gold earrings with a touch of bling. Post backs; circa 1970. Accompanied by Mauboussin box (missing earring insert) and certificate of authenticity. Excellent condition; probably 1970's.
Measurements are 3/4" tall and 3/8" wide.
Voluptuous women hold up the bowls of these six unusual champagne coupes or sherbert cups. Thumbnail images indicate how perfectly formed they are in the round. The women are made of copper; the bowls and bases are sterling silver. Needless to say, the stems feel good in the hand. Measure 5 1/2" tall. Very good condition.
Wonderful, early ring by Mexican designer Matilde Poulat who worked under the name Matl. The ring beautifully combines amethyst with turquoise, as is often seen in her work. In addition, she utilized the entire sides and shank as part of the ornate silver design. The ring is size 7 1/2; made in the 1950's.
This traditional design by Matilde Poulat (who designed under the name Matl) has the unusual benefit of being both a pendant and a brooch. It combines turquoise and coral, as her work often did. Measurements are 2 1/2" long and 1 1/2" wide; condition is excellent. Made in Mexico; circa 1950.
Very stylish ebony bracelet inlaid with several sizes of silver dots. Made by silver master, William Spratling in the 1960's. Measures 1 3/8" at its widest. Fits a small/ medium wrist. Another, larger example is also available; please inquire.
This 17" long necklace consists of 19 beautiful banded agate beads. Each is a unique circular pattern in a variety of shades of brown and ivory. Excellent condition; sterling silver clasp. Each bead is 3/4" in diameter.
Unusual, dimensional ring with oxidized silver in the recessed areas, adding to the depth. Top of the ring measures 1 1/16" x 15/16". It is size 6 1/2 but can easily be sized. It is equally suitable for a man or woman. On the outside are the maker's initials - DE. Probably made in the 1980's or 90's.
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.