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This necklace from the 1950's features Molded Plastic flowers with a brushed silver setting. A quality example of a period piece.
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The era commonly referred to as “Art Deco” became known as such after the Exposition International des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes (which was held in Paris in 1925). The Exposition was dedicated for the most part to the jewelry arts. The jewelry of the Art Deco period features modern, almost industrial designs consisting of geometric lines and angles. Art Deco jewelry is highly prized by collectors around the world. This piece is classic in design and magnificent in its execution. A fur clip, it can also be adapted as a brooch, scarf clip, choker (when clipped to a ribbon tied elegantly on one's neck) or belt buckle. The red/black/silver rhinestone combination is breathtaking.
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Carnelian in Sterling Pierced Earrings
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Coro Duettes are pins or brooches which are comprised of at least three separate parts that can be worn individually or as one piece. The Duette consists of a frame made specifically to hold two pin clips (or fur clips) in a fixed position so that together they can be worn as a brooch. Duettes are often missing components and therefore those pieces which are complete are much more valuable. Marked as "Coro" with a patent number, this piece is in excellent condition.
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Silver Flower Motif. Marked Giovanni. Clip-On Earrings
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Laurel Burch Inc. was formed by a self taught artist who found her passion selling jewelry she personally designed and manufactured. Her venue in the beginning was found in the streets of San Francisco where she sold pieces displayed in fishing tackle boxes. Laurel launched her business in the 1960's . She went to China in 1971 and discovered cloisonne' with which she designed paintings and had the designs made into earrings. These earrings, now a part of the Port of Mystery collection, are examples of that creative process.
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Carrying an artists mark (side view of eagle head), this Sterling Silver Link Bracelet is an excellent example of vintage designer jewelry from Mexico. Silversmith's designed and manufactured jewelry for centuries in Mexico. It wasn't until the 1930's that Mexican Silver Jewelry become popular in the United States, when William Spratling established a retail outlet near Taxco Mexico. Soon after, Mexican Silver Jewelry began to be imported by retail outlets in U.S.. In short time, Mexican Silver Jewelry could be found in stores throughout the states, from fashionable Gump’s in San Francisco to Montgomery Ward in Chicago and it was "all the rage". Mexican Silver continues to be a highly collectable item. The "stones" set in this piece are not actually stone but highly prized art glass known among collectors as "Dragons Breath" faux opals.
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Circa 1850-1900. A Mother of Pearl Victorian Pin, set in Sterling Silver. The "c" clasp is a clue to the age of this simple, but elegant pin. Well over one hundred years ago this piece was hand wrought by a skilled jeweler. The piece has been left with the original patina so that the new owner can decide for themselves whether to polish it to a high shine, or leave the proof of graceful aging.
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This quality example of Native American Craftmanship is signed by the artist and marked "Sterling". Beautifully set high value green turquoise stones comprise the focal point of the bracelet. A truly lovely piece.
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The Donna Karan Company is a fashion centric company which formed in the 1980's and continues as a powerful influence in the industry until this day. Marked DK Co., this Silver alloy Pendant on Sterling Chain circa dates to the 1980's when plexiglass was a popular component in virtually every product on the market, jewelry or otherwise. This necklace is representative of the influences of it's time and is remarkable in it's simplicity.
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