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A Victorian Love Knot. The ultimate symbol of everlasting love. Washed with gold, featuring a hand set center stone, this ageless beauty, obviously a once treasured keepsake, speaks to the lover in everyone.
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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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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......
A delicate piece for the discriminating collector. Art Deco is all the rage!! A must have piece for any collection, or a special gift for that certain someone.
1930's Gold tone with pearls, this signed Crown Trifari piece is understated and elegant. Priced to sell!
Dainty, yet brilliant crystal bead lapel pin. The crystal beads are hand set with Rhinestone pins. Measures 3 inches round. In the 1950's small lapel pins were worn in clusters and were known as "Scatter pins". Very popular at the time, these small pins remain very collectable to this day. This pin was obviously worn in it's day and has some wear to the back of the piece. The wear is not obvious when the pin is being worn, however as a collectable the value is somewhat diminished anytime the piece is less than perfect. Priced accordingly, this piece is bargain at twice the price!
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A sweet little bird Lapel Pin set with a faux opal feature glass stone. Figural's are a particularily popular type of collectable jewelry. The seasoned vendor at any jewelry show will tell you that figurals are always in demand. For Aunt Bessie (who collects 'cats'), Uncle Tom (who collects 'golf" items) or your mother (bees), father (fish) or sister (butterflys) or brother (ducks), figurals are the perfect gift! For the collector, figurals are easily displayed and organized. A great way to start any jewelry collection is to begin "collecting" a type of figural. It really is addictive and often leads to bigger and better collections. This 1950's pin would be a great 'starter' piece.
What color!!!! Perfectly clear handset green stones....An absolutely beautiful brooch in near perfect condition.
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Joseph Wiesner began producing jewelry under his signature in 1953. His designs were know for their clear and brilliant colored rhinestones prong set in gold tone metal. Wiesner costume jewelry pieces are known for their quality workmanship and brilliant stones. This Duette is in excellent condition. Designed so that it can be worn as a brooch or each piece worn separately as clips.
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Sterling with Gold Wash. Maker's Mark. Possibly a "bar" indicating military rank.