Description: white washed base metal with rose and clear rhinestones on his sleeves and body. He also has imitation jade stones on his coat.
Dimensions: 2 1/2" x 1 3/4" x 3/4"
Description: large Austrian emerald crystal with 3 rows of pave set clear rhinestones accents.
Dimensions: 3/4" x 5/8"
Hallmarked: Mazer, sterling on the sides, sterling on the back of the clip.
Description: sterling vermeil with rhinestones.
Hallmarked: Trifari with crown, sterling, des pat 137,546
Dimensions: 15/16" x 3/4"
Reference: Ball, Costume Jewelers: the Golden Age of Design, p. 112. Also advertised in Vogue in June of 1944.
Description: gold plated base metal, with rhinestones, fruit salads
Hallmarked: Trifari with Crown, Pat Pen. #48 on one earring
Reference: Schiffer, Best of Costume Jewelry p. 117.
Des 150,515 August 10, 1948
These brooches are Alfred Philippe designs of Nenette and Rintintin rag dolls. These are not hallmarked Trifari. They replicate Alfred Philippe's Trifari design pat 136,080 of Aug 3, 1943. They are more than 60 years old.
Dimensions: Nenette is 1 3/8" and is hallmarked "ling". Rintintin is 1 1/2" and is hallmarked "Ster".
his handmade pin is set with two sugarloaf cabochons of lapis lazuli, one that still exhibits some polish, the other quite worn. Both stones are intact and securely mounted in notched settings. The pin has a homemade look to it, especially the back of one setting that appears to have partial markings possibly relating to a different origin. Both settings and the connecting bar test strongly for silver. The C-clasp is very secure. The pin measures 1 5/8 inches long.
Of hollow construction and graduated thickness, with angular sides. The top surface of the bracelet has been machine-etched in a tight zig-zag pattern. The hinge has a good spring and the bracelet has retained its shape and sits nicely on the wrist. The inner circumference measures 7 inches; the bracelet opens to 1 ½ inches to slide over the hand. It is light and comfortable to wear, with a classic neat look. It has the Italian post-1968 mark for sterling. Weight: 15.6 grams
A delicate setting surrounds a bold, vibrant blister pearl in this small Art Nouveau pin. It is securely bezel-mounted and framed by a graceful, scroll motif. The pearl is in lovely condition, with hardly any signs of wear. The C-clasp is quite secure and the pin stem very sturdy; it is marked sterling on the back. The pin measures 1 ¼ inches long by 5/8 inch wide; the blister pearl protrudes about 3/8 inch.
This chain is nicely hand-constructed with applied cast curled pieces that are reminiscent of the applied and hand-worked French chains of the turn of the 20th century. This one appears to be a bit later; the beading looks to have been cast with the rest of the elements and connected with hand-formed S-shaped links. It has a hand-formed hook closure, and a substantial feel. There is a partial mark for .800 silver on the hook...
Six silver panels frame embossed, hand-painted porcelain panels. They depict four chrysanthemums and two orchids, in shades of pink and purple, white, yellow centers all on black backgrounds. The bracelet was made by the Toshikane company of Japan, as marked on the box clasp. The metal has been tested for silver; the ring links between the panels are secure. The clasp is in good working order and the bracelet still has its original safety chain...
A clever design composed of three forged wires terminating in curls at each end. The bracelet is handmade and quite sturdy. It bears a mark inside one curl of a three-lobed cypher and STG, possibly for sterling. The metal shows a very strong test for silver. The bracelet has a 6 ½-inch internal circumference, which includes a 1 1/4–inch opening; it is ¼ inch wide. Weight: 21 grams
Composed of delicate, sectional curved bars with ring links. Each piece bears the unidentified maker’s mark of GHS and the sterling mark and Mexico marks; the necklace also has what looks like an eagle 3 mark. Both pieces have secure hook and ring clasps. The necklace is 18 ½ inches long; the bracelet measures 7 ¼ inches long. Weights: necklace, 24.6 grams; bracelet, 10.1 grams
A classic circle pin with nicely detailed molded acorns and curling leaves. It has a secure rollover clasp. The pin measures 1 ¾ inches in diameter. Gross weight: 10.6 grams
Wow! I have never seen this piece before. A wonderful Grape Design Brooch by Coro with 8 large Saphiret/Sapphirine Glass Stones. They vary dramatically from rich mocha to bright blue flash. The brooch measures 2 3/8" long by 1 5/8" at its widest.Each saphiret measures 5/8" long by 7/16" wide. The Coro mark is illegible only the C of Copyright can be clearly identified. Condition is Very Good to Excellent...
Wow! Beautiful signed Coro Saphiret Glass earrings each with 2 pear shaped Saphirets/Sapphirine. Nice rich mocha and strong blue flash. Great Condition.The earrings are appx 1 ¼" long by ¾" wide. Each saphiret measures 5/8" long by 7/16" wide. Signed Coro.
Silver and Niello enamel chain. 20" long with two original and matching clips. Probably originally a watch chain, makes a great necklace. The Niello enameling is in great condition with very little wear. One of the links is stamped "800". The overall weight is 17.5 grams.
Lovely Victorian agate and 18k yellow gold pin/pendant. Cabochon cut agate measuring about an inch long by .75" wide. The entire piece, including the gold frame measures 1.5" long by 1.125" wide. The overall weight is 8.2 grams.
The 14k chain is available upon request for $1500.
Description: There are gold tone base metal with green jelly lucite starfish. There is a smaller gold tone starfish applique in the center featuring two round cabs and a scroll design.
Hallmark: Trifari Tm
Dimensions: 1 1/2" diameter