Fabulous matched pair of statement size oval bangles in a pale golden slightly matte textured finish resin, with very big brilliant colorless
Swarovski stones. Circa 1975. Probably by a European designer. From the estate of a New York socialite. Perfectly on trend; statement
jewelry is the "it" accessory this season. Each is 1 1/2 inches wide, 3/8 inch thick, and inside diameters are 2 3/4 inches and 2 5/16 inches.
Inside circumferences are 7 1/4 inches. Excellent condition...
This Ciner braided sapphire, emerald and clear rhinestone bracelet and earrings in gold tone is fabulous.
Dimensions- bracelet: 7" x 5/8"
Dimensions- earrings: 13/16"
Size: 4 1/8" x 2 1/8"
Reference: American Costume Jewelry, Brunialti v.1 p107
Condition: yellowing of rhinestones. Paint in great condition.
These earrings are very nicely detailed leaves, done in Sterling silver. They are screw backs, and each one is 1" x 3/4". They are in excellent condition with no problems, and are marked sterling, as shown.
Beautiful vintage bib fringed necklace with long black glass rods and small marbled blue glass beads, and a huge heavy center fob pendant with a blue
glass stone and faux pearls, all suspended from a brass bookchain. 1930s. This piece is most likely French; the long glass rod shaped beads and the fob
form charm are French elements. A fabulous dramatic piece. Wearable length is 16 inches and it drops 2 3/4 inches in the center. Excellent condition with
no damage to glass...
This graceful necklace was made by the California firm of Renoir, which specialized in copper jewelry. It has a secure hook clasp, with the Renoir signature on the hook. It measures 18 3/4 inches long, including the chain.
This brooch has sparkling clear and deep sapphire blue rhinestones, all prong set. Very three dimensional. Hattie Carnegie plaque on the back. 2 1/2" in diameter. NOTE: the preceding picture of necklace and earrings match this brooch.
This versatile necklace has two bejeweled dancers and gold tone pagoda that may be used as a brooch. Each dancer has a large clear rhinestone face with red and green rhinestones decorating their goldtone bodies. Lovely link chain. The Chain is 26" long, The dangling figures add another 7". It is in excellent condition and marked as shown.
This signed Butler & Wilson brooch was created in the 1980's. Swarovski crystals are prong set into a rhodium plated casting. The piece measures approximately 3" x 2.5" and is in excellent condition.
This is an unusual Hobe set - gold colored filigree metal with plastic orange stones, and white faceted round stones. The brooch is 3" x 3" - sure to be noticed, especially with orange being such a big color this year. The detail of the brooch is very intricate and multi-dimensional. The matching earrings are clips and each one is 1 1/4" long with some of the same elements found in the brooch. The set is in very good condition and only the brooch is marked as shown.
This lovely 1950s cameo pin features a peaceful country scene carved in relief against a darker layer of stone. It is detailed in the brickwork and the trees appear to disappear in a mist. The stone, probably an agate, is translucent when held up to light. It sits in a reticulated sterling silver frame that bears a slightly flattened area at the top. There is a secure rollover clasp on the back and a sterling mark inside the frame...
This Juliana large pear sapphire rhinestone bracelet are combined with light blue chatons. The safety chain is in tact.
dimensions: 7 1/4" x 1 7/16"
There is rhodium plated metal brooch with black and red enmael. There is some wear to the enamel of the pelican's bill. All the pave rhinestones appear to be bright.
There is a Hallmark that is barely visible Made in USA and a symbol which I cannot photograph which appears to be a star with circle made of dots (Fred Gray).
Reference: Warman's Vintage Jewelry Identification and price guide, By Leigh Leshner, Krause Publications 2008 p...
This is a rare item - a Pennino sterling clear rhinestone studded lady's lapel watch. As with all lapel watches, the watch appears upside down when looking from the front. That was to allow the person wearing it to tilt it up and be able to see the time. The watch is a 17 jewel Swiss movement, and it needs to be cleaned and oiled, but it runs. The entire pin including the watch dangle is 2 1/4" long by 1 1/2" wide. It is an exquisite piece made by a company known for quality...
Fabulous unusual early vintage necklace made from marbled Bakelite beads in honey amber with a hint of cherry and butterscotch/egg yolk colors, and carved black wood beads, all wired in darkened brass with brass caps and clasp. Marked MADE IN FRANCE, and MOD DEP, which stands for Modele Depose. Circa 1935.
The honey/cherry and butterscotch beads test positive for Bakelite using Simichrome. It weighs 84 grams, but that of course includes the wood beads and the metal findings...
Fabulous vintage 1970s very long and very big necklace with faceted black glass beads, and large cast silvertone metal elements with brilliant prongset
rhinestones, and a matching screw barrel clasp also set with rhinestones. This is most likely a French piece; the construction of the rhinestone elements is the
same as the signed French earrings I am listing. I am listing a very similar necklace which would be great to layer with this one. 60 inches wearable length...
This brilliant buckle is 3 1/8" long by 2 1/2" wide. The setting is either gun metal or Japanned base metal. Most of the stones are brilliant and all are prong set. Circa 1880s.
These pretty earrings are screwbacks - all in gold toned metal. The 3/4" tops consists of a large glass dimpled cream colored pearl with gold borders. The earrings are in excellent condition and they are not marked.
The interior diameter is 2 3/8" x 2 3/16. The initials appear to be "M" "M" "C". The mark on the slide is an arrow with a "C" & something else that I cannot read. It is 1/2" wide.
This Hobe pin / brooch is 2" in diameter. It is in excellent condition.
This is a superior piece of Victorian jewelry. The pin is 2 1/4" long and 11/16" wide. The bezel set onyx or black glass Cameo is 1" in diameter. Circa 1910. The gold filled mount is ribbon like with an intricate scroll design. There have been are no cracks, no repairs to this cameo or to the gold filled finding. This cameo pin is in excellent vintage condition .
The spot in the picture is the light refraction from the camera.
Early vintage Givenchy Art Deco revival modernist necklace in silvertone metal with black enameling, with Givenchy G logos. Spring ring clasp. 20 inches
wearable length and the center drops 3 1/4 inches. Excellent condition with some slight age related wear on the enameling, not noticeable at a short distance.
Display form is life size. Photos enlarged to show detail.
Fabulous French necklace in dark goldtone metal with five swagged chains suspending a quatrefoil element with fired enameling in green, red, black,
and white, and a long tasselled pendant. The clasp has matching enameling. The quatrefoil and the clasp are made from French filigree elements...
A vintage Victorian 1-3/4" x 1-1/4" hand-carved bone pin c1860-80, depicting a stag or reindeer in the forest. Finely carved with nice detail in the border and tree limbs, this pin has a brass c-clasp and it is in excellent original condition with no chips, cracks, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs other than the replacement of the simple wire pin. All items are thoroughly and conservatively graded and all condition issues are noted; all items are vintage or antique and may have slight signs...
Chanel, elegant as always. The heavy gold plating glistens, and each little pendant on all three pieces has a design created by the repeated use of the word "CHANEL". It creates a very interesting pattern. In addition, the earrings have many tiny clear rhinestones. A great set for Chanel lovers.
Necklace is 40" end to end, three strand bracelet is 8" end to end, and clip earrings are 1 3/4" from top of clip to bottom of drop.
This is a Signed MAYA COPPER CUFF BRACELET form a Virginia Estate. Designer Piece Copper Cuff with Silver and Copper Accents.... measures 2 1/2" across X 2 1/4" top to bottom. Ca. 1960- 1975...
jpgs tell the rest
Stunning, dramatic, and big vintage bib or collar necklace in Egyptian revival style. Circa 1960. An unsigned Schreiner piece.
Many Schreiner pieces were made for designers such as Christian Dior, Norman Norell, Pauline Trigere, and others, and were
unsigned because they were made to be shown or sold as accessories to the designer's couture clothing collection. Signed
Schreiner pieces were made to be sold individually in stores. The dogtooth prongs on the large stones, the crimped ba...
This vintage "Alexander Korda" elephant brooch, manufactured by Rice-Weiner.
Sir Alexander Korda (1893-1956) was a Hungarian born movie producer, making a number of notable Hollywood films before to relocating to England and founding "London Films" in 1932; he returned to the U.S. during the Wartime years, producing "Thief of Bagdad" (1940) and "That Hamilton Woman" (1941) and supervising production of the "Jungle Book" (1942), directed by his brother Zoltan Korda.
The brooch is in the ...
An Art Deco 1930s brass bells necklace and matching earrings set. This nifty vintage set consists of the 15-3/4" necklace with a double row of bells and the matching three-bell screw-back earrings with green glass cabochon stones. The necklace has a later gold-plated extension on each end with a scissors clasp; these can be removed if desired to restore it to its original choker length. The 2" long earrings dangle freely, and all of bells jingle so people will definitely be able to find you ...
A possible early unsigned Chanel in black glass, brass and with a glass faux pearl in the center of the pendant, this piece is marked MADE IN FRANCE
on the back of the pendant. Circa 1935. The pendant slides on the chain, which has oblong links and stations with black glass beads and filigree metal
elements. The pendant has a large round black glass element with the faux pearl in the center, and faceted edges, set in a filigree frame.
length is 20 inches and it can be ...
A signed B. David green blue rhinestone pin & earrings set probably from the 1960s. This nice quality vintage rhinestone 1-3/4" x 1-1/2" pin and 1" x 7/8" clip-on earrings set features claw-set light blue and peridot green coloured rhinestones and each is signed B. DAVID (in business 1945-93). This set is in excellent original condition with no chips, cracks, dents, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs. All items are thoroughly and conservatively graded and all condition issues are not...
This Coro "Robin Hood" archer brooch is gold plated base metal, with rhinestones. It is hallmarked Coro with Pegasus. It is in excellent condition. It is 2" x 1 1/2". Patent 1947
I think this is the clunkiest, biggest bead necklace I have ever had. It is about 22" long and has a silver colored hook closure. The beads are red glass and wood. The red ones come in cone and pear shapes, and the wood ones ared drum shaped, and rounded disks, and then we have that great huge round one in the middle. That looks to be just a shade larger than a ping pong ball. The necklace is in good condition with a bit of wear on the hook and clasp, and it is definitely very unusual. It is not...
This rooster perfume brooch by Coro is 2" x 1 3/4" . This is a somewhat rare but very wonderful item. Very minor enamel loss as illustrated by the photos. Fine condition.
French long rope necklace with goldtone chain and glass beads in fabulous modern shapes. 1960s. The beads include a large saucer shaped vermilion bead, and oblong and round beads in pink, pale green,
pale blue, opaque cream, and white, as well as faux baroque pearls. Colors are brighter than photos depict. Spring ring clasp. Long enough to wrap three tiers. Wearable length is 52 inches. The largest bead (vermilion) is 3/4 inch wide. Excellent
condition. Display form is lifesize. Photos ...
This Original by Robert rhinestone and pearl encrusted bar pin is 3 1/4" long by 7/8" wide.
Robert, Or Original By Robert, Is The Mark Used By The Fashioncraft Jewelry Company.
The Firm Was Founded In New York City By Robert Levy, David Jaffe, And Irving Landsman.
Landsman Left In 1951, And The Company Changed Its Name To Robert Originals, Inc. Around 1960.
Most Of The Designs Created By This Company Have Natural And Floral Motifs Employing Faux Pearls, Colored Glass, Cry...