In the 1940's-1950's, earrings were made with screw type fasteners. These are clearly marked, "Coro", which was a popular maker of costume jewelry since 1901.These earrings are king crowns or crests with tiny waterfall of brass thin sticks. The design is unusual and they are in good vintage condition. They do have some tarnish and could use a good polishing. Measure: 1-1/2" tall X 1: wide.
These earrings are the smallest "doorknockers" I've ever seen. They are sterling and measure about 3/4" from top to bottom and 14" wide. Understated.
This versatile necklace is 34” long and can be wrapped around your neck more than once to make different looks as you like. Although it is not very old, it is a vintage style of black jet beads and dark grey pearls. This is a lovely necklace that looks antique and has a lot of warmth and charm to it. The “LC” tag identifies it as Liz Claiborne.
Beautiful little bracelet covered with repousse flowers, vines, and borders that look like etching, it is only 1 inch wide and 6-3/8” circumference with a 1” gap – and very light weight. It has a look of a more expensive, silver piece although it is costume. It was made in Tibet and the pattern was probably stamped, but it still looks very rich and authentic.
1950’s Copper Earrings with Movable Hearts Shiny copper earrings from the ‘50’s had a scalloped edge and mounted in the center is a movable dangle that looks like a heart. These are quite old, but in very good condition. They even have the original lacquer finish on them that has held up well. From this era, they are, of course, screw backs. They are somewhat of an oval shape that is 1-1/4’X 1”. The dangles are about ¾” long.
Great earrings from Chico's where they have superb jewelry. These drops have a big purple "pearl" and a faceted light green stone, topped by a patinaed brass jewel. Very striking and are in excellent condition. Hang about 1-1/2" down and the large purple "pearl" is 3/8" dia.
Sparkling and elegant, these earrings are from my own collection from the ‘80’s, but still in great condition. No stones missing or any other damage. They have rows and rows of small rhinestones with a small gold break that is raised gold under the pearls. These earrings are 1-7/8” tall X 1-7/8” at the widest point and are for pierced ears.
These are small hoop copper earrings with Thunderbird and other Native American symbols. They are small, but look larger on the mannequin. They measure 3/8” wide X 5/8” and have a dark patina.
This ring has two rows of rhinestones and is about 1/2" wide. It has a slight stretch to it, but is about a size 4. It could also be worn as a scarf ring and is in good vintage condition.
This little brooch has a very textural surface, pleated all over to look similar to fabric. It is probably from the 1950’s-1960’s with a dark patina accented surface. Holding your scarf in place or just worn on your dress, blouse, or suit – either way, it’s one that looks terrific on anything. It is not marked and is in very good vintage condition. It measures 2-1/4 x 1-1/4” and has a working roller clasp on the back. Small but very attractive.
This cloth is especially made for caring for sterling or silver plate and contains two cloths: one to treat and clean the silver and the other to polish.