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Circa 1955 Blue Thermo Lucite AND Rhinestone Triangle Necklace and Earring Set
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Beads and beaded jewelry was wildly popular throughout the 1950’s. By the beginning of the 1950’s Japan had re-kindled it's jewelry industry and sought to fulfill the growing market in the U.S. for quality pieces of well made jewelry. Marked "Japan", this Crystal bead pin is a wonderful example of why these post war pieces have become a popular collectable. Clustered on a 1.5 inch round base, the multicolored Aurora Borealis Crystal Beads were all hand set. Priced well below value, this pin would be a perfect starter piece for the new collector.
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Blue Thermo Lucite with silver tone setting. Beautiful. Simply beautiful. An uncomplicated use of a Thermo Lucite. Not plastic or glass and not bakelite. Definitely something more.
This necklace from the 1950's features Molded Plastic flowers with a brushed silver setting. A quality example of a period piece.
Red Plastic with silver tone setting. Vibrant red. Some like it Hot!!!
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Thermo Lucite with silver tone setting. Funky accent piece. Blue and Green plastic in a silver tone metal setting. A fun piece with unique design elements.
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Yellow Thermo Lucite with Gold tone setting. Back to the 50 s again. Crisp Clean design and vibrant color. Unbeatable combination.
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Bright Orange "Moon Glow" Lucite beads are the focal point in this demi-parure. Considered to be "cutting edge" and innovative when introduced during the 1940's and 1950's, Collectable plastic jewelry is divided into three basic categories: Celluloid, Bakelite and Lucite. Jewelry created using plastics from that period are not only beautiful, they are durable, quality pieces and are highly collectable to those "in the know". This earring/brooch set is a fine example of "plastics" done right......
In the collectable jewelry community, pieces featuring the color red are highly prized. This early 1950's glass bead necklace is no exception. In original condition, the beads have not been restrung. The necklace is secured by a J-hook and bead chain which is likewise in unrestored condition. Original, unrestored jewelry in good condition carries a higher value on the collectable market than similiar pieces that have been altered. Measuring 17 inches from end to end, this necklace is a classic rendition of a wardrobe staple from an era long since passed.....and yet, this piece easily transitions into the "Retro" wardrobe of today's fashionista. This necklace is lovely.
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Coro Thermo Lucite with Gold tone setting. The Thermo Lucite pieces that anchor this masterpiece virtually glow. A high end example of a 1955 fashion design original.
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Earrings of Aurora Borealis Crystal Beads. Clip Back