An Art Deco bakelite and celluloid snake upper arm bracelet circa 1920s. This genuine period survivor measures 3" x 2-7/8" across the interior and the snake's heads are 5/16" across and both have cobalt blue glass rhinestone eyes. The body is black celluloid with an applied clear yellow layer over a bed of embedded sparkly metallic confetti. This Egyptian style figural bracelet is in mostly excellent condition with no chips, cracks, losses, damage or repairs other than some groove striations/lin...
Wide bangle bracelet from the art deco period in yellow goldfill, opens on side, circumference is 7.1 inches. Width is 7/8 inch. Excellent condition.
Art Deco wood lined metal hinged cigarette box. A perfect example of art deco design. Measures 3.25" x 4.5"
A beautiful original vintage Art Deco French bronze statue of a seated panther by Max Le Verrier Paris artist signed c.1930 measuring 11.75" W x 10.5" H x 4.75" D.
Art Deco, which is widely considered to be an eclectic form of elegant and stylish modernism, was influenced by a variety of sources - among them were the so-called "primitive" arts of Africa; as well as historical styles such as Greco-Roman Classicism; and the art of Babylon, Assyria, and Ancient Egypt- updated ...
14k amethyst circle and plume earrings from the 1920s. This Art Deco pair of clip-on earrings is from the 1920s. These vintage 1-1/8" x 9/16" circle and plume design earrings have genuine bezel-set facetted amethyst stones in a circular mount with three Prince of Wales style feathers at the top; they are marked with a B in a diamond maker's mark with a 14K stamp. They weigh 4.5 grams, and they are in excellent original condition with no chips, cracks, dents, bends, corrosion, losses, damage ...
This is an old and lovely piece that can be worn as a pin or as a pendant since it has a chain hook on the back. It measures about 2: x 2 a.2: and the metal appears to be a base metal of some kind that is guilded with gold plate. The garnets have a lovely glowing clor, and all are prong set, The pin/pendant is in excellent condition and it ius not marked.I believe it to be an art deco piece.
Ca 1920 An engraved 18k gold articulated bracelet with synthetic sapphires. While this is a delicate, old piece, it weighs a substantial 18.7grams. One small panel near a stone is a tad loose but intact. 7-1/2" x 3/8". Not marked but tested and guaranteed 18k.
Here is a wonderful, old, museum-quality sterling Jensen charm bracelet with eight charms. Five charms (frog,elephant,turtle,fish and seahorse ) carry the 1933-1944 Jensen mark. The ship charm, stamped CGH (C. G. Hallberg, Stockholm, Sweden) is dated N8 for 1939. The well- defined heavy dog and monkey charms as well as the enamel clogs are unmarked.The fancy link bracelet is stamped 22 along with the Jensen logo and measures 7” x 1/4" . Total weight 28.1 grams.
Great hallmarked art deco 14K Gold ring with two rows of small, faceted, sparkly diamonds: one row on each side lining a tall black onyx cone. Probably European. 18 diamonds in all. It is a size eight, but could be resized by a jeweler. Is stands over 3/8", or 11mm, tall above the finger. Marked "MG, 14K, 585, 4." Excellent vintage condition.
An 18kt white gold transitional Art Deco ring with emerald cabochon stone and 34 bezel set diamonds (one has a very tiny chip on the corner of the table facet). The diamonds range in size from 5-6 points (total carat weight is approximately 1.75+) Ornate pierced setting. The emerald's surface does show some wear (appropriate for age) and there are some inclusions/flaws. The emerald measures 1/2" x 3/8" . Size 6.25
Superb and extremely rare silverplated cocktail shaker in the "Ile de France" pattern by Meriden Britannia Plate Co. This is one of the most desirable of the high style Art Deco shakers. The ocean liner "Ile de France" was launched in 1926--not as the largest ship afloat, but intentionally as the most elegant ship in the world. This shaker was intended to celebrate that achievement and took its streamlined design elements from the ship itself. The pour spout protrudes from the side of the sh...
An important, rare modernist bracelet by the renowned African American jeweler, Art Smith. Made of woven, riveted and patinated copper.
Measures 5 3/4" around with an opening of 1 1/4" and 1 3/4" wide. Marked with the 'Art Smith' script signature in at least two places. Looks like there is also a third partial strike. Very good condition with some minor surface scratches and areas of tarnish.
A wonderful example of Mid Century Modernist design.
This amazing articulated bracelet is made by contemporary designer jeweler, Jarin Kasi. The snakes body is intricately constructed from sterling silver, and has pave CZ crystals throughout. The head has a large glass faux emerald stone and the eyes are made from hematite glass. The body is 5/8" wide in back and it spans 1 3/4" at the crossover front. It has flexibility but will only fit a wrist of about 6 1/2". It has no markings and it is in excellent condition. This really is a showstop...
This Hobe oval shaped bracelet has an inside opening of 2 1/4" x 2".
Hallmark: Hobe in oval cartouche
DOXA Pocket Watch CONVERSION to WRIST 49mm C: 1927.
Fancy nickel double hinged back and screw off coin edged bezel. 49mm diameter. This case was custom fabricated adding wrist watch lugs which require the standard spring bars to each side. The dust cover is fully marked with awards dating from 1905. 15 jewels, pendent set. Accepts a 20mm genuine crocodile tobacco color strap Unique, and one of a kind!
Clean, running and very collectible. DON'T INVEST IN THE STOCK MARKET or BONDS. INV...
An Art Deco Hawkes Crystal Cocktail (Martini) Pitcher made for Tiffany and with a Tiffany Marked Sterling Lip. Hawkes trefoil mark on base (hard to photograph, but within black marker circle). Dimensions; 9" to lip, 9.75" total, 4.5" diameter. Monogram "KCD" on top. From the 1920's and in excellent condition.
Bead Chain fixtures were the standard ceiling fixture of the American home from the 1920’s through the 1940’s. The decorative glass shade hung from 3 bead chains, and could be adjusted up or down depending on the size of the room and height of the ceiling. The graceful Art Deco design of these fixtures makes them the perfect fit in today's homes.
This vintage 10 1/4 inch glass shade has a grape design done in crystal against a pastel pink background. Price includes both the shade and the...
Ming Dynasty, Ca. 1500s
This figure of a seated scholar is glazed turquoise with amber colored highlights. The back is mostly unglazed except for the original white slip coating, now darkened with age. The interior is hollow and unglazed, exposing the reddish clay body. The white slip coating continues for an inch or so into the interior cavity. The face is covered with a thin white slip (now darkened) but is otherwise unglazed. The turquoise glazed hat has a few old losses to the glaze wh...