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Art Deco Reverse Carved Intaglio Brooch Children Blowing Bubbles: This enchanting art deco brooch features reverse carved glass or intaglio, of three children blowing bubbles. The glass panel has faceted edges and is securely prong set in a beaded edge brass frame. The frame is accented top and bottom with two prong set rhinestones in a deep sapphire blue. The brooch is in lovely condition, It has an open C-clasp which holds securely and is unsigned. The brooch measures 1 3/8 by 1 1/8".
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!
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.
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.
Vintage Blue and Copper Bakelite Drummer Figural Brooch: This adorable figural pin features a detailed barefoot man playing a bakelite drum. He is painted in copper and blue enamel paint. There is an area of paint wear on the top of his hat. These pins are still being touted as Charles F. Worth, a French couture design house, but that has been thoroughly debunked. We do not know what company made them, but many came with a Made in the USA tag. The brooch measures 2 by 1" and other than the wear on his hat is in great condition.
Vintage Sterling Silver French Horn Brooch: This fun sterling silver French horn brooch is both detailed and dimensional. The brooch measures 1 1/2 by 1" and is signed 925 with a blurred makers mark. The perfect gift for the horn player in your life!
Vintage Czech 1930's Oriental Face Mask Drop Earrings: These fun vintage screw back earrings from the 1930's are most likely Czech in origin based on the back and findings. The face has an oriental flare, with headdress and angled eyes. There is light wear to the metal, but these earrings present very well. They dangle from an ornate screw back top. The earrings measure 2 by 7/8" and are unsigned.
Large Carol Felley Sterling Silver Turtle Brooch/Pendant: This hard to find Carol Felley turtle is both a brooch and a pendant. The turtle is crafted in sterling silver, darling and dimensional, and accented with hand stamped designs. His feet even have toes! A lovely Kingman turquoise is bezel set on the back of his shell. He has a large hook to wear as a pendant, and also a pin back to wear as a brooch, doubling the fun! please note he has some heft at 34.16 grams. The turtle measures 2 1/4 by 1 3/4" and is marked with the Felley "F", ster and 02.
Art Deco Blue Over Dyed Celluloid Upper Arm Snake Bracelet: Offered for your consideration is this wonderful art deco celluloid snake bracelet, over dyed a teal blue and accented with clear rhinestones and tiny little raised dots. The eyes are green rhinestones. Seven of the tinydots are missing, very hard to see as they are so small, but mentioned for accuracy. There is also light wear to the over dye in a few spots. Even with his few age flaws, he is a fabulous bracelet that presents very well. This bracelet was made for the upper arm, with an inner diameter of 2 7/8". It fits me just below the elbow, and looks great! A real attention grabber!
Antique Victorian Crescent Moon Paste Rhinestone and Turquoise Brooch: This antique Victorian brooch dates from the late 1800's, when crescent moon pieces were hugely popular. The moon is one of the oldest symbols used by mankind, with the waxing and waning of the moon symbolizing starting over or rebirth. The moon was also tied to the feminine and female empowerment, with an emphasis on new relationships. This stunning moon is crafted in two layers, the bottom crescent is made from brass and the top from 800 silver. The brooch is set with a row of graduated paste rhinestones, absolutely brilliant but for a few of the smaller ones which have darkened over time, seen at the crescent points. The top row is sky blue turquoise from the country which starts with a "P", but due to PayPal shutting down sales that mention this country, shall remain nameless. The brooch is unmarked, but I acid tested the silver. All stones are prong set in secure settings. The brooch measures 1 1/2 by 1 1/2" and has a tube hinge and a C-clasp. There are a few tiny tiny fleabites to the paste stones, only visible under magnification. The condition if this piece is amazing!
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