Formed as square panels with rounded corners, featuring an incised seaweed-like design enhanced by oxidation. The design is called "Pine Needle." The earrings have the original screw backs, which are in good working order. It is marked sterling and has Skinger’s script signature. Skinger was a Vermont studio metalsmith who was most productive during the 1950s and 1960s; he died in 1967. Each earring measures 3/4 inch square. Weight: 6.6 grams
This rare charm is sterling silver and enamel. It measures 1" x 1/2". It is a beautiful, enamel, turquoise, blue, green (in color), shaped with a central mark (in sterling silver), of which I am unfamiliar. It is clearly marked with the Charles Horner hallmark. I am unfamiliar with the England / London, British Province shape; but, know it is marked with three other British hallmarks. It is in excellent condition.
This beautiful floral, brooch is a fine depiction of the Dogwood. It measures 2 1/4" x 1". It is marked STERLING HSB with a line through the HSB, which is the maker's mark of the silversmith Harry S. Brick: Harry S. Brick and Son., New York, NY. It is in excellent condition.
A good quality pair of vintage sterling silver screwback c1940s-50s cultured pearl earrings. The pearls are nicely matched in both lustre and size, and they have a great silver/white colour. They measure 6 mm. and 4 mm. across, and this pair has a facing R maker's mark. They weigh 2.0 grams, and they are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, dents, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs...
An Art Deco 18k white gold diamonds cocktail ring from the 1920s. This size 6-1/4 ring features a central 6 point genuine round brilliant cut diamond flanked by two 3 point genuine round brilliant cut diamonds. The top of the ring measures 3/4" x 1/2" (including the shoulders), it weighs 2.4 grams, and it is stamped 18K. This ring is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, dents, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs other than signs of it being resized...
This amazing vintage ring has a dramatic look and houses an unusual function. It is 1 1/4" in diameter x 5/8" thick and is handcrafted from sterling silver with a large 22mm amethyst cabochon. The cabochon opens to reveal a secret "poison" compartment. It has beautiful scroll and ballwork on the edge of the ring dome and it is presently a size 6 with room for sizing if desired. It is in excellent condition and has no markings on the shank.
Masterfully rendered and totally stunning is this signed ERE bracelet also with an eagle 3. The piece is heavy at 63 grams and has a comfortable 2.5in. diameter. The stone is clear, well faceted showing lots of sparkle and is 15mm x22mm. The over all face front of the piece is 1.5in. tall. This is definitely collector quality and a real gem for your treasure box. This beauty can be worn with anything to anywhere.
Betty Cooke modernist 14k gold and sterling silver ring
1" x 1 1/4"
Size 6 3/4
Very good vintage condition
This is a lovely and rare Victoria necklace, likely dating to the 1950s. It features 12 segments done in an architectural, Moorish-style strapwork motif. Each segment measures 1 1/4 by 1 1/4 inches; the total wearable length is a comfortable 15 inches. The necklace is marked Victoria Taxco, Sterling, 71 (for the design number), and Eagle 12. It has a lovely soft patina, and is very comfortable against the neck...
These lovely vintage earrings by Miriam Haskell measure 2" long x 3/4" wide at the bottom. They are made from brass findings with a rich 24kt Russian gilt finish. They have screw back pivoting backs and the dangling beads are made from ivory colored acrylic. They are in excellent condition and are signed "Miriam Haskell" on the reverse.
This impressive French silver chain is hand-worked with applied textured silver wire intertwined among bow-like links. It was made at the turn of the 20th century, and is a fine example of the lovely handmade chains that were produced in Paris at the time. The links are delicate; each bow-like element measures just under 1/2 inch long and 3/16 inch wide...
Composed of adjoined silver circles with overlaid oval textured panels, this bracelet embodies all the elements of superb Italian design. It is secured by a hinged latch closure that is quite clever and very secure. The bracelet bears the Italian silver mark for 1944-1968, Arezzo, as well as what appears to be a maker’s mark of LOA. It measures about 7 ¼ inches long by ¾ inch wide. Weight: 33.1 grams
Composed of mold-pressed gilded sterling silver, these handsome, 19th-century cuff links are formed as pointed oblong buttons, decorated with pale blue enameled scrolls and flowers. They are linked by removable S-formed bridges, and both are marked sterling. Each button measures about 1 inch long and ¼ inch at its widest part. Weight: 6.1 grams
This substantial necklace is composed of sterling silver cable chain decorated with applied, loose rings of twisted sterling wire. Each chain link has two rings attached to it, completing a sophisticated and intelligent design that evokes flexibility and movement. The necklace has a secure spring-ring clasp, and bears a flat link with the number 950 or 930 for silver content and what looks like L37. Unclasped, it measures 38 ½ inches long. It dates at least to 1970, and could be older...
This pair of early 20th-century cuff links exhibits a nice arts and crafts look, with sharp, detailed molding of a Greek key pattern around the edges. Patina is warm and the surface shows hardly any signs of wear. The back bridge bars are very secure and marked sterling; there is no maker’s mark, but they are probably American. Each oval measures roughly ¾ inch long by ½ inch wide. Weight: 6.6 grams
This 1960s pendant is composed of what appears to be a very thickly molded pewter, roughly finished and suspended from a sturdy cable chain. The back of the pendant bears an unidentified maker’s mark of Å.A. Pendant measures 3 1/8 inches long by 2 5/8 inches wide. The entire necklace, including pendant and chain, drops almost 17 inches; it does not have a clasp.
This classic pin by Nettie Rosenstein has great dimension, measuring 2 1/2" long x 2" wide x 1 1/4" thick. It has a gold tone setting with pave crystals and a large preban elephant ivory flower painted black. There is some loss of plating, but the pin looks beautiful when worn. It is signed "Nettie Rosenstein" on the reverse.
This lovely bracelet was made by the Italian design duo of Lyda Toppo and Bruno Coppola, better known for their label, Coppola e Toppo. The bracelet has a wearable length of 7 1/2" and is 1 1/4" wide. The clasp and medallion have brown faceted crystals with a triple row of glass faux pearls. On close inspection, there is some chipping of the pearl nacre, but it is not noticeable when worn. The clasp is hallmarked "Made in Italy" and the medallion is signed "Made in Italy by Coppola e Toppo"...