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Vintage 1980's Chunky Asymmetrical Shimmer Grey Lucite Clamper Bracelet: Super fun and chunky 1980’s asymmetrical shimmer grey lucite clamper bracelet with matte gold tone accent. This is a substantial chonk of a bracelet. The oval profile makes this a very comfortable bracelet to wear, but it’s quite weighty. 1 1/2” across the widest part. Comfortably fits a medium wrist. Style and quality lead me to think this is an Italian lucite piece. Excellent condition!
Vintage Saks Fifth Avenue Italian Black Lucite Colored Rhinestone Bangle Bracelet: This fabulous vintage 1970's black lucite bangle bracelet was made in Italy for Saks Fifth Avenue. The bracelet is very well made, thick and chunky , and embellished with inset sparkling multi colored flatback rhinestones in shades of blue, pink and yellow. The bracelet originally had a sticker which says Saks Fifth Avenue Made in Italy. The bracelet has a diameter of 2 5/8", is 1 1/4" wide. I have a smaller version with the original stickers in clear. Both of the bangles were purchased at the same time by the same person. Please pardon the reflections. The bracelet has no damage.
Vintage Cream Lucite Swan Motif Clamper Bracelet: This chunky vintage bracelet features a double swan motif in creamy eggshell colored lucite. The bracelet has an oval profile and is 1 1/4” wide and 1/4” thick. The interior measures 2 1/2 by 2” easily fitting a medium to large wrist. Unsigned and in excellent condition. Well made and quite beautiful!
Vintage Italian White Lucite Gold Medallion Dangle Clip Earrings: Got go-go boots? Because these vintage 1960’s Italian lucite drop earrings will make you wanna dance! The curved dangle holds an embossed gold tone medallion. Large and in charge, they measure 3 by 2” and are signed Made in Italy. Light weight and oh so wearable.
Vintage Monet Drop Earrings White Lucite: Fun and flirty, these vintage 1970's Monet clip earrings will quickly become your go-to pair! The earrings feature a top of round white lucite suspending both gold tone and round and tubular white lucite beads. Light weight and easy to wear, the earrings are signed Monet twice , once on the back of the top and once on the clip. They measure 2 1/4 by 5/8".
Vintage 1930's Pot Metal Aqua Lucite Flower Brooch: This fabulous 1930’s pot metal brooch features a flower of aqua lucite open back stones with rhinestones pave’d on the silver tone stem and curled leaves. Tiny dimpled milgrain edges add detail. This brooch was a train wreck of dirt and missing or dead rhinestones. I cleaned and then replaced all the clear rhinestones so it’s very sparkly! Please note it’s impossible to capture the exact color of the lucite stones. They are aqua that edge towards minty green, a gorgeous color. This unsigned beauty measures 3 1/4 by 2”.
Vintage Bubbleite Featherlite Pink Rhinestone Wedding Cake Bracelet: This lovely vintage bracelet is not celluloid, but crafted from a different material referred to as Featherlite or Bubbleite. The bracelets are also called Wedding Cake bracelets due to the whitish cream color and the ornate dimensional floral designs. This piece is embellished with pink rhinestones, all present and sparkling. The bracelet is in excellent condition with a tight and secure hinge. The profile is a very slight oval and for a smaller wrist with interior measurements of 2 by 2 1/8".
Vintage Enamel Moon Glow Lucite Enamel Flower Bouquet Brooch: These lovely older 30’s-40’s enamel pot metal brooches are always a treat to find, especially in good condition! This lovely piece was cast in silver tone pot metal and features cabochon Moonglow lucite stones mimicking moonstone, sparkling sapphire blue rhinestones and soft green enamel leaf fronds. A pale blue bow set with pale blue rhinestones ties the bouquet together. Light enamel wear to the edges of the bow and some of the leaves. Unsigned, approximately 3 1/4 by 2 1/4”.
Coro Sterling Jelly Belly Turtle Fur Clip Brooch: It’s turtle time! This adorable and hard to find authentic Coro sterling jelly belly fur clip/brooch is looking for a new home! The Adolph Katz patent is from May 1, 1945, #141,073. In wonderful condition, he is crafted in gold plated sterling silver. His clear lucite belly is adorned with seven sparkling rhinestones. Sparkling clear rhinestones are set in sections around his shell and the back of his head, his eyes are tiny blue rhinestones. He was originally half of a duette clip, which Coro referred to as “separatable brooches”. Fully signed, this amazing piece is signed sterling on the fur clip, Coro on one side of his shell and sterling ( a poor strike) on the other side of his shell. He measures 1 3/4 by 7/8". The clip holds securely.
Vintage French Celluloid Swan Brooch Mirrored Back: This stunning vintage celluloid brooch has pulled out all the stops! The lovely swan is swimming on a lake with reeds and tree leaves. The lake and sky are a blue mirrored background, not glass but a reflective blue surface. The oval panorama is framed with a crown like border of gold tone metal. The brooch itself has a raised design of scrolls and flourishes. The condition is superb. The closure is a secure trombone clasp. These pieces are French in origin. Most were unsigned as this one is, or marked Depose'.
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