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Native American Alvin Toadacheene Sterling Silver and Gold Filled Bracelet: This lovely bracelet was crafted by Navajo Alvin Toadacheene in sterling silver and is 12K gold filled on the outside frame on both sides. The center is delicate silver "beads". The bracelet is 1/4" wide and fits a medium wrist with interior measurements of 2 1/2 by 1" and an opening of 1 1/8". The end caps are made of sterling silver, please note there is a piece of the cap missing on the outside of the bracelet, it has no rough edges to catch on anything. The bracelet is signed Alvin Toadacheene , 925 and 12K golf filled.
Vintage Enamel Cardinal Brooch with Moroccan Mosaic Stones Leaves and Berries: This lovey and unusual vintage brooch has a number of design elements which create a unique and interesting piece. The brass setting id an ornate open design, with an enamel blue circle set in the center. Topping the circle is a red enamel cardinal, sitting among enameled leaves and red berries. Each end of the brooch holds a Morrocan mosaic glass stone. You can see from the pictures the brooch is nicely made and substantial. The brooch is unsigned and measures 1 7/8 by 1 3/8".
Vintage Sterling Craft Coro Enamel Bee Fur Clip with Flowers: This charming vintage enamel fur clip from the 1940's is one half of a Coro duette clip. There were many variations made of the bees, but this one has a lovely bouquet of pink flowers. The details are amazing! The pale yellow wings are delicately brushed with colorful veining. The bee is adorned with rows of sparkling rhinestones, the top of the wings and many on the body are replacements due to the piece losing stones over time. The enamel is in very good shape, but much of the black has worn off the legs. The clip is crafted in gold plated sterling. There is normal plating wear to the back of the clip. The clip measures 1 7/8 by 1 3/8" and is signed Sterling Craft Coro. This little charmer is so much prettier than my pictures show!
Late Victorian Glass Cameo Brooch Goddess Flora: This lovely late Victorian or early 20th century cameo brooch is crafted in glass layers, the background a deep brick red, the goddess Flora in white. She is beautifully molded, with flowers in her hair and the cornucopia on her forehead. The cameo is set in a gold filled twisted frame, and sits quite securely in the bezel. The open c-clasp hold the pin securely. This lovely brooch is in wonderful condition and measures 1 1/2 by 1 1/4". I can find no signatures or markings.
Jewels by Trifari Faux Pearl and Turquoise Bead Bracelet with Original Tag: This gorgeous vintage Trifari bracelet features eight stations , each with a large faux pearl cabochon, glowing and iridescent, each pearl surrounded by light turquoise blue round lucite beads. The stones are set in gold Trifanium metal. The bracelet is as beautiful as the day it was made, showing no signs of wear, and still retains the original "Jewels by Trifari" hang tag. The fold over clasp is tight and secure. The bracelet measures 7 1/4 by 1". I was unable to find any matching pieces to this bracelet, so most likely not a common piece.
Rare Leo Glass 1930's Cameo Dangling Swag Brooch: In business from 1928 to 1957, the Leo Glass company of NYC provided a variety of styles of costume and sterling jewelry. This unusual silver tone swag brooch from the 1930's features a hand painted cameo of two young men. Three ornate chains suspend charms, one a man with a dog, one a deer and one I am assuming a goose or duck. The brooch is in excellent condition. It measures 3 3/4 by 1 3/4" and is signed Leo Glass.
West German Glass Transfer Ware Courting Couple Cameo Necklace: This mid-century courting couple necklace features a large glass medallion with a transfer ware print of a Victorian inspired courting couple. The cabochon is set in an ornate brass frame of classic West German construction and accented with prong set aurora borealis rhinestones. The pendant is suspended from an ornate chain of brass stations, faux pearls and link chain with a secure spring ring clasp. The necklace is in excellent condition. The pendant measures 2 1/4 by 1 3/4" and the chain is 25". These necklaces are rarely signed.
Vintage Asian Rickshaw Man Necklace Green Lucite Dangling Coins: This fun and fabulous vintage necklace features an Asian man pulling a rickshaw embellished with a huge bright green marbled lucite stone. suspended from the pendant are Asian coins and green lucite beads. The pendant is huge, measuring a whopping 5 by 2". the chain is 25 1/2" long and has a secure fold over clasp. The necklace is unsigned.
Antique Gold Filled Horseshoe and Four Leaf Clover Locket Necklace Paste Rhinestones: A transitional period lucky locket from the late Edwardian era, this lovely horseshoe and clover locket is marked Pat. April, 1913. The locket features an engraved horseshoe set with sparkling paste rhinestones enclosing an engraved four leaf clover with a paste rhinestone center. The gold plated finish is in very good condition with one small dark spot on the bottom right. The locket opens to reveal a rose gold plated ring with plastic on one side. The dating appears on the top of the other side of the locket. The chain is original, measures 18" and has the old style "thumbless" spring ring clasp. The locket measures 1 3/8 by 1 1/8".
Vintage Trifari "Precious Pets" Series Hinged Bracelet: A very hard to find piece in the Trifari "Precious Pets" series, this hinged bracelet was made to compliment the animal brooches and earrings. The bracelet has an oval shape and is enameled in white with raised dark blue flowers. The bracelet is 1/2" wide with an inner diameter of 2 1/4 by 1 7/8", for a smaller wrist. The bracelet is hinged, and locks on the side. There is blue enamel wear on some of the flowers, but the bracelet is in overall very good condition. The bracelet is signed Trifari (c).
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