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Pair of Vintage 1970's Carved Cinnabar Dragon Bracelets Chinese Export: Offered for your consideration is this wonderful pair of hand carved authentic Chinese cinnabar lacquered bangles. One still retains the original export sticker. Each bracelet is carved with two sinuous dragons, each slightly different from the other as these are hand carved. They are both in wonderful condition. The bangles are 5/8" wide and have a diameter of 2 1/2", easily fitting a small to medium wrist.
Vintage Ciner Faux Pearl Double Flower Brooch: Lovely and feminine vintage signed Ciner double flower brooch, crafted in gold plated metal and set with a bevy of small faux pearls. As are all Ciner pieces, this lovely piece is extremely well made and would be hard to tell from the real deal pinned to your jacket. The brooch measures 2 by 2" and is signed Ciner.
Vintage 1970's Large Milk Glass Articulated Fish Necklace: Super fun and fabulous large articulated fish necklace from the 1960's. The fish is set with faceted mild glass cabochons, the construction allows for movement. Scrolled hearts and a large green rhinestone eye add even more fun. The heavy link chain is textured and measures 24" long, the fish pendant measures 4 by 1 3/4". The piece is unsigned.
Vintage Rhinestone Hedgehog Figural Brooch: Absolutely adorable vintage hedgehog brooch with heart shaped face set with sparkling rhinestones. When I got him, all of the stones in his little face were dead, no sparkle, and he was sad. So I stripped them all out and totally restoned him. Now his sparkle is back! His textured gold tone metal is in excellent condition, it is reflection that is making the tips look silver tone. He measures 1 3/8 by 1 1/8" and has a high dome profile. This little charmer is unsigned.
Vintage Tiffany and Company Sterling Maple Leaf Brooch: Gorgeous vintage Tiffany and Company sterling maple leaf brooch. The hand chasing is lovely, the leaf so realistic! The patina on this piece adds depth and dimension but you can polish to a bright shine if you choose. The brooch comes with the original pouch, the box had long since fallen apart. The brooch measures 2 by 1 7/8" and is signed STERLING Tiffany and Co on the pin stem.
Vintage Russian Amber Spider Bug Brooch: Although this brooch is often referred to as a spider, he only has 6 legs so we will just have to allow some artistic license! This bug is crafted from gold plated metal with a large teardrop Russian amber body and round head. There are markings above the clasp on the back, but I can't read them. I often see these pieces sold as 8k gold, but this is plated metal. A nice size at 1 3/4", he is in excellent condition. C-clasp closure holds securely. This fun critter will be a great conversation starter!
Pair of Vintage Rhinestone Fur Clips: These adorable rhinestone fur clips are silver tone bugs with their wings spread. The bugs are accented with blue and gold rhinestones in silver tone metal. The silver tone metal is in very good condition, the bugs measure 1 5/8 by 1 1/8" and are unsigned.
Laurel Burch Enamel Rainbow Cat Earrings: Adorable signed Laurel Burch enamel Rainbow Cats pierced earrings. Enamel is in lovely condition. Earrings measure 1 3/8 by 3/4" and are signed.
Vintage Original by Robert Enamel Dogwood Brooch: This lovely enamel brooch from Original by Robert features a dimensional dogwood flower. The stamens are raised above the flower and cradle a faux pearl. The leaves and stem are enameled in deep green. The brooch is in wonderful condition and measures 3 1/2 by 1 1/2".
Vintage Brushed Gold Tone Amber Rhinestone Fish Brooch: Adorable vintage figural fish brooch in gold tone metal. The metal is detailed and heavily textured. The fish has ruffled gills accented with amber topaz rhinestones with a line of rhinestones running through the center of the tail. She measures 1 3/8 by 1 7/8" and is signed, but even with a loupe I can't make out the poor strike.
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