Amazing huge vintage bracelet in dark silvertone metal with faux pearls and glass stones in shades of pale blue, some with a pinkish aurora borealis finish, and palest lemon. Definitely French, circa 1960, and possibly for Dior by Countess Cissy Zoltowska (Cis) or by Francis Winter. I am listing a very similar necklace and earrings which are marked France. With distinctive French construction elements such as "piecrust" settings and dogtooth prongs...
A handsome and heavy gold plate bracelet. Marked DeCesare 18kt. It measures 7-1/2" x 7/8" and weighs 57 grams.
Fabulous as always. Chanel! Beautiful quality faux Baroque pearls. Notted. Hand set pronged rhinestones, double level heavy pendant with poured glass stone. Oval signature plate on reverse side of pendant is marked Chanel, 1983, and has the Chanel double "C" mark. Longer strand is 30". Pendant is 2 1/4" by 2 1/2".
Description: This is a faux pearl and rhinestone cocktail ring in gold colored metal that really looks real when worn. The design is very pretty.
Size: The ring is not adjustable and is presently a 9 1/4.
Condition: The condition is excellent with no problems. It is marked inside the ring shank 18K HGE with an A in a circle.
This Miracle Scottish /Celtic agate pin is 1 7/8" in diameter. The foil backed imitation cairngorm center stone is 3/4" in diameter.
This pin is circa 1920.
This is a pretty 1950s or 1960s bracelet - made of silver colored metal, and set with white glass cabochons is a variety of shapes and sizes set off with clear rhinestones. It is 7" long with a fold over clasp that is set with two tiny clear rhinestones. The top design is 7/8" wide and it narrows down to 3/8" in the back. It is so well made that I thought sure it should be signed, but it isn't. It is in excellent condition with no problems.
A signed Danecraft sterling silver 16-1/4" long and 1/2" wide necklace and the matching 2" x 1-3/8" brooch, both with an acorn and oak leaf motif. Each is gilt, and the necklace has a gilt silver or brass spring-ring catch and the pin has a safety catch...
A set of ceramic jewelry by Alice Lund, Denmark, c 1960: brooch and clip on earrings, the glaze an intense orange, speckled. Impressed signature, illegible. Width of earrings "1/ 2.5 cm and of brooch "1 2/3/ 4.3 cm. Condition: repair to one earring (cf. pics).
A silver plated rainbow rhinestone 16-1/4" necklace and the matching 9/16" across clip-on earrings. This set features flashy claw-set rhinestones, which have rainbow-like stripes of colour (deep pink, blue and green) in the rhinestones. Interestingly enough, no two rhinestones seem to be identical, so the rhinestones have a unique aspect. The necklace has a spring-ring catch...
This Boucher 16" necklace sits well on your collar bone. It is in near mint condition. Hallmarked Boucher with a number. 3/4" in diameter. All the rhinestones are clear and bright.The blue is enamel. This enamel is regal in appearance with what i would call a Cleopatra look.
This Victorian hand painted portrait of a gypsy vagabond boy on porcelain pin is in a gold tone frame. The porcelain portrait itself is 2 1/2 tall by 2 wide. It is unsigned. It is in excellent vintage condition for this type of item. There is a very faint 22 impressed in the porcelain.
This necklace was purchased in Milan in the late 1970's. It is stunning in its simplicity. The design and sparkle of the attached disk is eye catching. Note the interesting metal, between silver and gun metal in color. Chain 18" long. Disk 1 3/4" high, 1 3/8" wide.
Fabulous fun! Old plastic newly restrung on sturdy elastic. A great dramatic piece. 2 1/2" high, disks 1 3/8" wide.
This is a lovely old choker necklace with a design composed of a number of shapes and sizes of clear rhinestones. It is 15" long and the front designs are 1" wide. The back is a shiny silver color, rhodium plated as most were when this was made back in the middle of the 20th Century. The earrings are clips and each one is 1 1/4" long by 3/4" wide. This is not a true set, but I found the pieces together in one box and they do complement each other when worn, so I left it the way I found it...
Oval, gilt pin with relief decoration in blue and white of a lady dressed in a Rococo robe, a fan in her hand. Probably Dutch, impressed mark: Frode. Height: "1 ¾ / 3.7 cm. Condition: fine. The lack of gilt in the edges is intentional
A large Art Deco silver plated bracelet circa 1930. This retro Industrial design conversation piece consists of six 1-1/4" wide and 2-1/4" long slightly conical panels all together. The panels have semi-circular arches standing 1/4" above the surface of the links. Amazingly this fine piece of work is unsigned, it has a safety chain with a snap-over clasp...
This a nice Christmas tree pin utilizing some nice colors. The tree itself is a brushed metal olive colored, and gold on the back. The rhinestones are bezel set and are faceted red,green and clear. The tree is 2 1/2" tall and 1m 1/2" wide. There are beads hanging from the bottom of the tree made to look like ornaments. The brooch is in excellent condition and it is not marked.
This Coro 'Geissmann Screech Owl' 1938 is rhodium-plated base metal with black and red enameling and pave rhinestones, depicting a screech owl in the act of swooping down on its prey.
Robert Geissmann was of German origin, and lived in New York. He was probably a freelancer who occasionally worked for Cor and the jewelry sector...