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Sterling and other Silver
Vintage Taxco Mexico Sterling & Abalone Gecko/Lizard Brooch: This large and enchanting sterling silver lizard brooch from Taxco, Mexico features abalone inlay set in black resin. He measures 3 by 1 3/8". He is signed Mexico, 925, and TM-253. He is well crafted and in excellent condition.
Vintage Sterling Silver Southwestern Emerald Cut Mother-of-Pearl Ring: This gorgeous vintage sterling silver ring features a large emerald cut natural mother of pearl stone which is inlaid into the silver frame. The ring also has cut out sides, which adds both style and stability to the ring. The top measures 1 by 5/8", measuring from the outside of the silver frame, and the shank tapers to 4mm at the back of the ring. The ring is marked 925 with a makers mark, and was also acid tested. It is a size 7.
Vintage Van Dell Rose & Yellow Gold Filled Sterling Flower Brooch: This vintage Van Dell flower brooch from the 1940's features classic retro styling. The graceful flower has both rose and yellow gold fill over sterling silver. The flower is centered with a large red rhinestone. The front of the brooch is in fabulous condition, with light normal age wear to the back. the brooch measures 3 1/4 by 1 1/2" and is signed Van Dell Sterling, 1/20th 12k gold fill.
Vintage Chinese Export Sterling Silver Enamel Charm Bracelet: This enchanting Chinese export bracelet ( circa 1930's) features a bevy of diminutive charms, each decorated with enameling. The ten charms are in excellent condition as is the link bracelet. Among the charms are a whistle, drum, teapot, heart, watering can and more! The bracelet measures 7 1/4" in length. It is unmarked but has been tested. The old style clasp closes perfectly.
Vintage Mexico Sterling Silver & Huge Blue Glass Stone Ring: This gorgeous vintage Mexico sterling ring features a scalloped silver setting accented with a large (18x13mm) faceted ocean blue glass stone. The top of the ring measures 7/8 by 3/4" and the ring is a size 8 1/2. It is signed Mex925 and is in excellent condition.
Sterling Silver Zuni Inlay Drop Earrings Opal Onyx: These gorgeous Native American Zuni earrings feature a long tapered drop of geometric inlay in shimmering lab grown opal and black onyx. They depend from a small teardrop of bezel set opal. Please note these are pierced earrings. The drops measure 1 7/8" long and are just a hair under 1/4" at the base. They are signed RL, sterling.
Vintage Lang Sterling Songbird Brooch: This enchanting brooch from Lang sterling features an enchanting songbird on a curled branch. The bird is wonderfully detailed and in excellent condition. The brooch measures 1 5/8 by 1 1/2" and is signed Lang Sterling
Native American Navajo Signed Wilson Tsosie Sterling Storyteller Bracelet: This gorgeous example of Navajo craftsmanship is from artist Wilson Tsosie. the sterling bracelet features three intricate pots overlaid in 14k gold, set among various plants. Ornate stamping adorn the sides. This is a hefty piece, measuring 1 3/8" wide. The inner diameter is 2 1/2" with a 1 1/8" opening. The bracelet weighs 54.8 grams and is signed WT sterling for Wilson Tsosie.
Vintage Sterling Silver Morpho Butterfly Wing Brooch Tropical Scene: This stunning vintage morpho butterfly wing brooch is set in sterling silver ( unmarked but tested) and features a tropical scene depicting palm trees on the beach with a suspended bridge in the back ground. The colors are iridescent and quite gorgeous, running through blue, teal and purple as the ligh changes. The reverse painting is in excellent condition, as is the glass cover, which it tightly set in the bezel. The brooch is a very nice size, measuring 2 1/2 by 1". Unmarked but acid tests as sterling silver.
Native American Inlaid Sterling Horse Brooch Navajo Robert Vandever: This Native American sterling silver horse brooch was crafted by Navajo Robert Vandever. The expressive horse is accented with raised inlay of shimmering mother-of-pearl and mahogany jasper, securely set in a bezel. It measures 2 1/4 by 1 3/8" and is signed sterling "V", for Robert Vandever.
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