Description: gold plated sterling with rhinestones and enameling.
Size: 2 1/8" square
Hallmark: CoroCraft sterling in cartouche
Reference: Fun Jewelry, Shiffer, p. 15
An unsigned Lobmeyr cordial with gold and multicolored enameling. The 4 3/4 inch tall cordial has a notched stem with each notch touched with gold. The cup is enameled in a very typical Lobmeyr pattern of multicolored curlicues above a band of gold enameled with blue and orange jewels. The foot is decorated to match the jewelled gold band on the cup. There is no damage.
Wow! This goes to the top of the list of my favorite pieces of jewelry. It is a beautiful pink Guilloche enamel over Sterling Silver Locket with matching chain w/enamel links. Accented w/marcasite work on face. The condition is excellent. The locket measures 1 3/8" diameter excluding bale and the chain is appx 24". Hallmarked Sterl Germany on loop on chain. Enamel is excellent, no damage to report on locket, front or back or chain links. The interior has original vintage fabric lining and bevele...
This Hobe Victorian Austro Hungarian emerald enamel pearl brooch is brass with substantial weight and feel. It is 2 1/4" square and 3/4" deep at the thickest point in the center.
This item is special for the detail to the Austro Hungarian design.. The openwork setting is raised at the center of the brooch and is accented with colorful enamel, emeralds and garnet glass cabochons as well as pearls. This brooch is very detailed and beautifully designed. This brooch is circa 1940.
Ottaviani sterling and enamel necklace.
16" outstretched, pendant - 2 1/2" x 1 5/8".
Condition - very good.
The single stud is back! Racetrackers, check out this one-of-a-kind vintage 14K yellow gold and enamel single stud, depicting a jock wearing red silks, white pants and black enamel boots riding a horse, marked on back 14K and maker's mark. Measures 5/8 in. long x 1/4 in. high. Excellent condition.
Betty Cooke modernist 14K gold brooch w/pearl
Delicate and elegant variation on her renowned blades of grass theme
3 1/2" x 1 1/4"
Weight - 5.50 grams
Stamped Cooke, 14K
Trifari sterling 'Alfred Philippe' jelly belly rabbit eating leaves brooch is sterling vermeil with rhinestones and lucite body.
Size: 1 5/8" x 1 3/4"
Reference: Fun jewelry, Schiffer p. 82,
Reference: American Costume Jewely, Art and industry (2008) v.2 p. 180.
Date: 1943, Des 135,169
Fantastic 6 piece set of miniature gold vermeil parlor furniture with pale yellow and pale reddish brown guilloche enameling. Each cushion features enameled flowers consisting of a central rose surrounded by blue flowers, green leaves, gold tendrils and gold accents. This set includes 4 chairs (2 are arm chairs), a sofa, and a writing desk or accent table with a drawer. Dates circa 1920-40. Each piece measures as follows and approxmately:
Chairs 2.5" high
Sofa 2.5" high, 3" long
Museum quality large Victorian locket made of 18K yellow gold and highly decorated with stars, a popular Victorian era theme. Cobalt enamel background with pearls and rosecut diamonds in a star pattern. Excellent condition, enamel is perfect, no dings, scratches of any kind. LAYAWAY AVAILABLE!
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. 117, p.11
Reference: American Costu...
Wonderful unsigned Moser cordial with colorfully enameled raised bird in black, blue, white and yellow. The cup is optically ribbed and also enameled with gold pond lillies and grasses. The cordial is 4 3/4 inches tall.
A Chinese silver fan, gold plated and decorated with multicolour enamelled panels against a filigree ground .The guards are cast with scenes of figures, all sharp and crisp. The back of the fan is not neglected either; it is embellished with the same decoration, thus making it a visual joy from both sides. This exceptional and fantastic fan weighs 173 grams of high grade ( 92% tested ) silver, covered by high gauge gold. age; C. 1900. size: 22.5cm length of the sticks. condition; excellent, you...
Here is a wonderful gold charm bracelet with 18 charms weighing a hefty 82 grams. With the exception of a gilt silver enamel fish, all are either 14k or 18k. The sturdy 14k bracelet is marked 585 SVG and is perhaps Scandinavian.
The enamel mandolin and lama in a circle are marked 18k. There is a
marked 19k cuckoo clock. Those marked 14k include a pagoda, chimney sweep, bunch of bananas, cable car, Nefertiti, enamel beetle, and a New Bedford fishing charm(man with harpoon). These remaining char...
Purchased through Christie's a good number of years ago, this is a very rare Ko-Imari porcelain figure circa 1640. Decorated in iron-red, green, gold and black enamel, the seated official measures 7.5"x6"x2".
Condition: Excellent, with only minor wear to enamel and one almost undetectibly small old chip to the edge of the base.
21054663 A pale cranberry cup on an orange pedestal foot by Moser. The cup is the same form and decoration as shown in Plate 37 of Baldwin & Carno’s “Moser: Artistry in Glass 1857 - 1938.” The pedestal footed cup is 2 5/8 inches tall, 4 inches wide, including the handle, and 2 1/4 inches across. The underside of the foot is marked in enameled gold script “Holzner Karlsbad,” probably for Hermann Holzner of Holzner Glaspalast. There is no damage.
A very rare and highly charming porcelain figure of Budai (Daduze), bare chested with a laughing expression, seated leaning on his sack of treasures. Decorated in famille rose manner with additional gold. Two maker’s seals: “Fujian Huiguan” and “ Made by You Linji).
****These seals are identifying marks of the Jingdezhen artist working at Fujian Huiguan.
**** You Linji was the artist name of You Zhangzi /You Linzizi ( 1872-1922 ). Before moving to Jingdezhen, he first trained unde...
This is truly a museum worthy piece from the great satsuma artist, Seikozan. It is probably our all time favorite example from this artist. This vase is literally smothered with intricate enamel and gold work. The vase stands 9 1/2 inches tall. This vase appears to be nearly perfect but it has had an amazing and nearly invisible rim chip repair.