This bracelet was designed with a woman in mind. The filigree is very dainty. It is 7 3/4" long by1" wide. It closes with a hidden push clasp. It is a knockout!
Alice Caviness jewelry was sold only in high end boutiques.
This bracelet is in excellent condition. There are no breaks, bends, cracks, damages or repairs to this item. Polish to your own preference.
Goodspeed was a cultural anthropologist with a keen interest in pre-Columbian archeology. She and her artist husband opened a gallery in Taxo, Mexico in the late 1930s and sold his work along with pre-Columbian artifacts. She designed and created jewelry and tableware and sold it through the gallery. Many of Goodspeed's pieces reflect Aztec and Mayan influences.
Measurement: 2" x 1 3/4"
Material: sterling vermeil with fuschia rhinestones.
Hallmark: MB ( Boucher), the PHRYGIAN Cap, sterling.
The earrings are screw backs.
Ref: Signed Beauties of Costume Jewelry, Marcia Brown, page 40
Reference : Warman's Costume Jewelry Figurals Identification and Price Guide by Kathy Flood, Krause publications, p. 119
Reference: American Costume Jewelry, Art & Industry, Brunialti, Carla ginelli and Roberto. p. 77, Vol. 1
Hallmark: Ciner, Sterling
Dimensions: 3 1/4" x 21/2"
In 1979, Cini died. Late 1940s.
This pin is 2" wide by 2" in height. It is in excellent condition.
In 1979, Cini died.
This pin is 2 7/8" wide by 2" in height. It is in excellent condition.
Most of these designs were borrowed from George Jensen designs. It is gold vermeil over sterling.
There is plating wear on the high spots and the upper right hand corner.
Hallmark: Sterling, CoroCraft with Pegasus
Reference: Bruinialti, American Costume jewelry- Art & Industry (2008) Vol 1, page 93, mark number 7. Circa 1944-1947. It is in amazing condition.
It is 3" x 2 1/4"
Size: 2 1/8" square
Hallmark: CoroCraft sterling in cartouche
Reference: Fun Jewelry, Shiffer, p. 15
Ref: American Costume Jewelry by Brunialti and Brunialti, pp 165-166
Costume Jewelry, The visual reference and price guide by Judith Miller, D. K. Publishing, 2003 page 68.
The price listed is $440-$480 in 2003.
Reference: Brunialti, American Costume Jewelry - Art and Industry (2008) Vol 1, p. 142, citing an interview with Adolph Katz and attributing the piece (with name) to 1944. This item is in excellent vintage condition.
It is 3" x 2 1/4"
This famous duette has 2 bluebirds perched on 2 flowering grapevines. The birds are hand painted with enamel colors. All of the crystals have been faceted by hand. The birds are 3 dimensional giving you the sight of 2 wings on each bird. Each bird measures 1.75" high and 1.35" wide. The duette measures a total of 1.75" high and 2.75" wide.
Reference: American Costume jewelry 1935-1950 by Brunialti & Brunialti. pp. 80 & 82
Hallmark: Coro, sterling on both clips, Coro duette, sterling and Pat No 1798867 on frame.
Condition: excellent except plating worn off on prongs of one clip.
Dimensions: 2 1/2" x 1 3/4"
Designer: A. Katz, Des. 139405 Nov 14, 1944 Reference: Brunialti, American Costume Jewelry - Art and Industry (2008) Vol. 2, p. 207
Condition: near mint
Dimensions bracelet: 7 1/2" x 7/8"
Dimensions earrings: 13/16" x 5/8"
Hallmarked: Corocraft sterling
Dimensions: 3 3/8" x 1 7/8"
Reference: American Costume Jewelry by Brunialti & Brunialti, V2, page 200.
Suggested retail value is $1,295.00
Dimensions:2 7/8" x 1 3/4"
Hallmark : Corocraft, sterling
• ID: Vintage Coro Sterling Craft Figural Silver Goose Brooch
• Feature: Repoussé Design, very nice detail
• Size: 3 3/4" ( wing to tail) 3 1/4" (nose to tail) and 2 3/4 like you were wearing the pin.
• Weight: 16.5 grams
• Clasp: Locking clasp
• Hallmark(s): "Coro STERLING CRAFT"
• Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition
. Coro Sterling Craft Goose in Flight Brooch is Bold in Flight and in Size and remarkable in detail. The brooch was designed in 1941 by Gene Verrecchia. As you can see, the wings are not only detailed, the front wing is curved as it is in actual flight. The goose’s neck is stretched outward, its tail feathers trailing behind. When you hear the sound of the wild geese overhead in migration and look upward, this is the figure we see in the great flocks.
It is in excellent condition. No chips to the enamel, no repairs. It has a gold washed back. It has push clasp and safety chain.
These panel bracelet are valued around $300.00