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.
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...
Elongated drop earrings, Aventurine black and gold glass with a swirl. Bohemian, c 1900. Height "1 ¾ / 4 cm. Condition: fine.
Fabulous Whiting and Davis Large Saphiret Glass Cameo Brooch. It measures appx 2 3/8 inch long. Great color change.
A handsome and heavy gold plate bracelet. Marked DeCesare 18kt. It measures 7-1/2" x 7/8" and weighs 57 grams.
A vintage Art Deco style Rhinestone necklace with tear drop pendant and matching earrings. Size: 20 in. length.
A vintage designer gold tone necklace by Anne Klein, with crisscrossed open links and a toggle clasp. 18 in. length.
Ca 1940 A fragile mother of pearl necklace with white beads accents strung on string. Unmarked, it measures 17".
Majolica brooch from Karlsruhe, Germany, c 1960. Low relief geometric design and turquoise crackle glaze. Impressed mark and a Z in black, probably for the decorator. Width "1 ¾ / 4.5 cm. Condition: repair to one corner (cf. pics). What might look like damages in the first photo are just reflections.
Two pairs of ceramic clip earrings, 1940-50’s, scallop shells in blue and green. Condition: fine.
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 pair of Victorian rolled gold plate dangle drop earrings from the 1890s. These well-made hollow 1-3/4 x 1/2" earrings have an applied bow and four swinging drops each. They are screw-backs and they are unsigned. The backs are rose gold coloured and the earring itself is yellow gold and they may be the original backs (screwbacks were introduced in 1894). This lovely pair is in excellent condition with no cracks, dents, bends, corrosion, damage or repairs...
Big and dramatic, this gold plate brooch by William deLillo depicts a lizard or gecko, his body with four raised sections, all four feet with splayed toes.
It measures 4' wide, 2 1/2" high, and has a c clasp closure with safety catch.
It is signed on the back in an oval cartouche with the deLillo name.
Gold plate over brass, there are some sections where the plate is rubbed a bit, and there are some very small spots, all visible in close up photos.
This form is quite rare, and like some of d...
This pretty lady stick pin is most likely brass with a gold wash, which is worn. Her hair ends in a row of sparkly stones; I’m not sure what they are, but quite likely they are marcasites (one glued in crookedly). Head and stones measure 5/8” x 3/8”, total length is 2-9/16”. Circa 1920s.
Porcelain pendant with decorative figural ornament in gilt in the style so typical of Bjorn /Björn Wiinblad (1918 – 2006), the Danish artist who designed posters and textiles, and cutlery, ceramics and glass for Rosenthal, Germany. Width "2/ 5.2 cm. Condition: fine.
Primitivist sculptural mask ceramic pendant, greyish-blue and brown glazed. Impressed mark Vieux Moulin, Vallauris, from 1954 the studio of ceramist Robert Perot. Height "1 ¾ / 4.7 cm. Condition: fine. Price: