Stunning statement bracelet by venerable Italian company UNO A ERRE. Weighs approximately, 28 dwt, which is 43.5 Grams and measures approx 2.5" and the center circle which functions as the clasp is approx 2.25" with the larger ball at about an inch. Made in Italy in the 1960's/70's. Fully signed and hallmarked. Excellent vintage condition.
An Arts and Crafts hand made acid etched brooch in German Silver or Pewter by the documented Chicago firm, BRANDT that was active 1914-1923. Signed with an impressed BRANDT.
Measures 2 1/2" long and 5/8" wide. Not flat but curved for an interesting effect. Has a replaced rollover clasp that holds securely.
A fine Retro brooch worked in 14K yellow gold and set with diamonds and blue sapphires. The brooch is shaped as a stylized bow when worn vertically or a comet when worn sideways. The gold surfaces are pierced to lighten the overall effect. The center is set with a cluster of round brilliant and single-cut diamonds (J/SI1) surrounded by blue sapphires of slightly violetish-blue color and excellent clarity...
A Victorian 14k gold synthetic sapphire seed pearls leaf pin brooch from 1880-1890. This attractive2-1/8 x 5/8" brooch is of hollow construction and it has a finely tooled pinioned leaf with seed pearls and a claw-set synthetic sapphire. Fine gem stones like emeralds or sapphires were very expensive in the 19th and early 20th century, so synthetic gems were often used even in gold jewelry...
Early 20th century silver and rhinestone or paste earrings, from Knoll & Pregizer in Pforzheim, Germany. K&P started up in 1887 and specialized in hand made sterling silver and imitation stones jewelry. The diameter of the little paste flowers is "1/4 / 8 mm, each with impressed KP shield mark and 925. Condition: fine.
Brutalist bracelet made up by five large cast, sawed and oxidized sterling silver links. From Finnfeelings, the firm of Sten & Laine, Turku, Finland. Marks: the dented small mark of Finnfeelings, 925, A (city mark for Abo /Turku), year mark U7 = 1973, Finland and Swedish importation mark. Length when clasped "7 ¾ / 20 cm, width "1 1/3 / 3.4 cm, weight 52 grams. Falls smoothly around the wrist. Condition: fine.
Pair of sterling silver modernist cufflinks by Hans Hansen, Copenhagen: two concave and cylindrical roundels of tapering form. Double H mark, 925 S and Denmark. Upper surface diameter "2/3 / 1.6 cm. Condition: fine.
Suprematist or Constructivist style stick pin: geometric design of a bar and a circle in black and teal plastic, unsigned, 1920s. Length "1 ¼ / 3.3 cm. Condition: fine.
Superb simplicity: elegant bronze and enamel brooch with a stylized profile in a circle, clearly inspired by the Bauhaus logotype created by Oskar Schlemmer. Unsigned, probably French, c 1930. Diameter "1 / 2.4 cm. Condition: fine.
From a Victorian gentleman’s jewelry box: a pin in the shape of a foil or rapier, to secure the folds of your cravat or jabot. Italian micro mosaic set in gilt brass. Length "2 ½ / 6.6 cm. Condition: fine.
Pretty brooch or pin, a small guitar made in the late 19th century or around 1880. Micro mosaic made up of Millefiori glass tesserae in a brass setting. Length "1 ¾ / 4.5 cm. Condition: fine.
Cast pewter and gilt pendant with a squirrel, by Volmer Bahner, c 1940, made to look like bronze. VB (1912 – 1995) was a Danish designer who in his jewels usually worked with enamel and silver. However, during WWII silver and even bronze was sometimes hard to find and cheaper material such as pewter was used as a substitute. Nature was Bahner's source of inspiration and stylized flowers, leaves and animals are often seen in his jewelry. Signed Volmer Bahner. Width "1 ½ / 3.7 cm...
Beautiful Charleston era flapper necklace / sautoir made of iridescent blue and gold seed pearls. Length appr. "19 / 48 cm (x2). Condition: fine.
Beautiful strand of Murano glass beads, of considerable length: "59 /150 cm. The beads are of various size, age and model - the yellow and marbled bead being the longest. The beads were probably put together in the 1960’s or 70’s. Condition: the long white pearl with a short crack, caused in fabrication.
A pair of Scotty dog cufflinks, English, from around 1930. The small terriers are protected with celluloid. Width " ¾ / 1.8 cm, marked Gilt to the back. Condition: some age wear.
Gold-filled cross pendant, 1880s French Louis XVI revival, the centre with a pink mabe pearl. Height of the cross "2 ¼ / 6, width "1 ½ / 4 cm. Condition: some age wear.
Honey colored amber brooch, made in Königsberg / Kaliningrad in the 1950’s. Four leaves and a gold-filled shaft with a Russian / Soviet hallmark. Width "1 ¾ / 4.5 cm. Condition: tip of one leaf with minimal damage (cf. pics).
Elongated drop earrings, Aventurine black and gold glass with a swirl. Bohemian, c 1900. Height "1 ¾ / 4 cm. Condition: fine.