This is an antique Victorian Gold Filled Pietra Dura Floral Brooch. It is quite large - 2 1/2" x 2" and it has a braided gold fill decoration around the edge of the flowers. The actual Pietra Dura piece is 1 1/2" x 2". The brooch is in excellent condition with no problems and it has no marks.
This is a very pretty double strand old cream colored pearl necklace with a stunning shell pendant. The pearls are separated with tiny glass rondels. The necklace is a choker, but there is an issue with the fact that the extender is partially missing, so it is only a 12" necklace. I have two choices for extending it - pearls that won't match in all probability, or a gold colored chain. With either of them I could make it 2-3" longer which is how it probably was originally...
This is a nice old bracelet in very good condition. The bangle is gold toned and it has an inside diameter of 2 1/4" x 2" - slightly oval in shape. It is hinged and it has a secure clasp. The top is a tiny cameo just 3/8" long with surprising detail. It is not plastic or molded. Two imitation pearls are prong set on each side. The back of the bracelet is 1/4" and is chased all the way around. Just a very beautiful and unusual piece. It is not marked.
I think these earrings are so cute. They are clips, and each one is a toledo finished seahorse. Each of them is 1 1/4" long and counting the piece on the ear they are 2 1/2" top to bottom. They are in excellent condition and they are not marked.
This is a lovely light blue pin with both faceted clear unfoiled glass stones, as well as frosted ones. The metal is silver colored and shiny. The brooch is layered which makes it catch the light in more places and it is 2" in diameter. It is in excellent condition with no problems and no markings.
Stories have it that wedding or marriage bracelets were a special gift for Victorian brides. They usually came in a fancy presentation box and the story goes that the girl would wear one during her engagement, and then wear one on each arm the day she was married. I don't know if that is true or not, but it makes a good story!
This is a beautiful pair of Victorian Wedding or Marriage Bracelets. They are by pass bracelets, done in a rose gold color...
This is one of those old 1950s charm bracelets that we all loved to wear. This one is a double chain 7" long with a fold over clasp. The charms are Egyptian figures and symbols. It is gold toned metal, shows some wear on the metal, and is not marked.
This is a very unusual Art Deco piece - applejuice colored celluloid with gold toned metal on top and a tiny pink cameo. The bracelet has a hook mechanism on the back so that it is easy to put on andtake off. On the top, where the cameo is, it is 3/4" wide and the rest of the bracelet is 1/4" wide. I am not sure what the cameo is made of, but I think it is glass,not celluloid as it is cool to the touch. The bracelet is in very good condition, and most unusual.
This is a lovely old piece. It is an adjustable thin gold filled bangle bracelet - adjusts up to about a 2" diameter which is small as were a lot of Victorian bracelets. There is a chased design on the sides and the top shell cameo is surrounded with a scalloped gold toned design. That top piece is 1 3/4" x about 1 1/4". The cameo is oval in shape and shows a lady sitting under a tree. The cameo appears to have a crack at about the ten o'clock spot which you can see in the close up pictures...
This is a really cute and colorful Pierrot bracelet - cream colored galalith from France.
It has carved pictures outlined in black and colored with bright pink - Pierrot with a lute on one side and a moon on the other side with one stars in pink and black scattered around. It is 7/8" wide all the way around and slightly domed. The inside diameter is a standard 2 1/2". It is in good condition and has no marks.
These are large gold colored fun earrings. Both the stars and the hearts are 1" across. So the star clips on the ear, and the heart dangles. There are five tiny rhinestones in each star - three blue ones, and two clear. The earrings are in like new condition and they are unmarked.
This is a cute pin - probably a souvenir of one of the ice shows from the late 1940s. She is made of celluloid, with a painted coral costume, silver skates, black facial features and blond hair. The figure is 2" x 1 1/2". It has a simple "c" clasp. The pin is in good condition and has no marks.
This is a beautiful necklace - likely from the 1950s. The front design id s checkerboard of Sapphire blue and clear rhinestone baguettes.
The rest of the necklace is a double row of round rhinestones. The rhinestones are all prong set and the back is shiny silver colored, likely rhodium plated. The necklace is 15" long and has a 2 1/2" extender. It is in very good condition and unmarked.
This is a nice vintage lucite pin, probably from the 1950s - not as early as some I have, but still very nice. The lucite is rootbeer colored, and the seahorse has a clear sparkling rhinestone eye as well as three more rhinestones on his tail. The pin is 3 1/4" long and 1" wide at the widest part. The pin is in excellent condition with no problems and it has a safety
This is a gorgeous early Czech Carnelian glass necklace. It is 16" long with a 1 1/2" drop in the front. It has a simple old push in clasp and a fairly fine chain. The patina on the back tells you that has been cherished and worn for many years. None of the carnelian or clear glass pieces are chipped or cracked. It is clearly Czech from the Art Deco period even though it is not marked. It is rare to find one of these old step necklaces in such good condition.
Description: This is a faux pearl and gold plated cocktail ring with an unusual shape. There is a tiny sparkling rhinestone in the design as well.
Size: Ring is adjustable, but closed as shown it is a size 6
Condition: Appears to never have been worn. There are no marks or signs of wear.
This is a lovely two strand glass pearl necklace. It is an adjustable choker that extends up to about 16". In the center of the front, there is a rhinestone pendant with a faux pearl drop. The metal is gold toned, and the faux pearls are a rich creamy color - not true white. The necklace is in excellent condition with no problems, and it is not marked
I don't know much about beads, so I don't know what to call all of the in thi ne4cklace. They are all glass, so there is enough weight to make them lie nicely around the neck. There are false pearls,rounmd copper colored beads, and those elongated foiled ones, and those are the ones I think probably have a name, but I don't know what it is. The strand is 20" long and has an old barrel clasp. It is hand Knotted on silk thread, and there are tiny copper colored rondelles between each bead...