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Vintage HMS Meideira Creations Tribal Style Faux Ivory Horns Lucite Necklace: Fun and fabulous and totally 1960's, this vintage necklace from Meideira Creations features a large tribal style medallion, anchored with two graduated faux ivory horns accented with cabochons of coral and green lucite, and black and dark cream resin insets. The horns are bound with textured gold tone metal which is heavily patterned. This necklace is in excellent condition. The dangle is signed HMS, for Meideira Creations.
Vintage Red Enamel Rams Head Donald Stannard Pierced Earrings: these fabulous vintage earrings from Donald Stannard feature an Etruscan design of rams head with curled horns, and red guilloche enamel hoops. They are for pierced ears, and have the safety clip that closes behind your ears to keep the posts secure. They are in great condition, no damage to the enamel. They have a bit if weight to them, so take that into account when ordering. They are signed Stannard.
Vintage Sandor Opening Flower Brooch with Rhinestone Frog: This adorable vintage brooch from Sandor features a gold plated opening flower upon whose stem perches an enchanting frog with a rhinestone belly. Each petal of the amazing flower is textured. The little frog is incredibly detailed, even his skin is dimpled. The emerald cut rhinestone is securely prong set. The brooch measures 3 by 1 1/4" and is signed SANDOR CO (c).
Vintage Eisenberg Layered Brooch Dentelle Rhinestones and Icing: This stunning vintage 1950's Eisenberg brooch is everything one expects from this maker! The rhodium plated brooch is layered and dimensional. The left side is set with sparkling dentelle rhinestones, the center with elongated emerald cut stones, and the right with navette rhinestones topped with yet more dentelle rhinestones and a tear drop accent. The ribbons of pave' rhinestones arch high over the brooch, the icing on the cake! Both the rhinestones and the setting are as brilliant as the day it was made, a testament to the quality of Eisenberg jewelry. The brooch is large, measuring 2 1/2 by 2 1/8". It is signed EISENBERG in block letters.
Vintage Benedikt of NY Coral and Turquoise Glass Brooch with Purple Rhinestones: This gorgeous and ornate vintage brooch/pendant is from Benedikt of NY. The baroque Maltese cross design features alternating glass cabochons of marbled glass in coral and turquoise. The gold plated metal is set with small purple chaton rhinestones and tapered baguettes. The center stone is purple glass, sorry about the reflections, the top layer of the design is riveted to the base. This piece is a brooch/pendant combination, allowing several ways to wear it. The brooch measures 2" and is signed Benedikt of NY.
Kirks Folly "Butterfly Kisses" Lavender Stone Ring: This fanciful ring from Kirks Folly features a large lavender/pink oval center stone with an AB coating, set in gold plated metal and flanked on either side with AB rhinestone butterflies. The sides feature a lovely scroll work design. The center stone is a nice size at 16 x 12 mm. There is light wear to the AB coating on the center stone, but it has plenty of flash and sparkle. This is a larger ring, it sizes in at a 10. Please note that as this piece is plated, it should not be sized. The ring is signed Kirks Folly.
Vintage BSK Cleopatra Egyptian Revival Adjustable Collar Necklace: This amazing Egyptian Revival necklace from BSK would do Cleopatra proud! The necklace features two layers of textured gold tone links with adjustable chain at both ends and a J-hook closure. It is 2" wide at the center and lays fluidly around the neck. It is in immaculate condition on the front with light plating wear on a few of the back edges. I can't begin to tell you how fabulous this piece looks on! The necklace is signed BSK (c).
Vintage Rare Adele Simpson Sapphire and Clear Layered Snowflake Brooch: This rare vintage brooch from designer Adele Simpson is as desirable as it is beautiful! The large snowflake design features sapphire blue ovals and navettes accented with clear, sparkling rhinestones in layered gold plated metal. The top dome is attached with hook and eye construction, only used on high end pieces. I replaced the dull clear navettes around the outside of the brooch, bringing this piece back to its original beauty, as they were dull and darkened. The large clear center stone is as brilliant as the day it was made. Adele Simpson clothing was sold in high end boutiques, her jewelry was only made for a limited period of time and sold for extremely high prices even back then. This stunner of a brooch measures 2 5/8" and is signed Adele Simpson.
Monette of Paris Ornate Baroque Caged Pearl Long Link Necklace: This fabulous and impressive necklace is from Monette of Paris, a company founded in 2013, known for their lingerie, leather and jewelry. The necklace is amazing in detail, very baroque in style, and heavily gold plated. The large scrolled cages hold two faux pearls, with equally impressive end caps accented with rondel rhinestone circles. The links are large, 7/8" across, and embossed with more scrolled designs. The glowing faux pearl links feature 14mm pearls. Even the push in clasp is dressed to impress! The hang tag reads Monette of Paris, Made in France. The necklace is 38" long. This necklace has some weight to it, and is in fabulous condition. Ooooh-la-la!
Lunch at the Ritz "Ocean Blue Loops" Angel Fish Dangling Rhinestone Earrings: These enchanting angel fish earrings from LATR ( Lunch at the Ritz) feature a brightly enameled fish dangling a loop of ocean blue rhinestones and layers of dangling beads and rhinestones. In like new condition, these pierced earrings measure 3 1/4 by 1" and look as if they have never been worn. I love the colors in these earrings, so fresh and cool! Perfect to wear at the ocean or on your cruise, or just for everyday fun! I will add earring backs before I ship. And just a note, the website price for this pair is $152, so a nice savings to be had!
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