This sensational necklace by Schreiner of New York will definitely get attention when worn. It is 23 1/2" long x 2" wide and has 12 oval panels with large 27mm x 38mm high dome tortoise resin cabochons in clear stone frames. It is connected by chain on the reverse and it has a gold tone setting. There is some plating wear on a few link connections but it's only noticeable on inspection of the reverse...
This dazzling necklace was made by the firm of Delizza and Elster, better known as the makers of "Juliana". The necklace is 16 1/2" long x 1" wide and is set with blue borealis, powder blue, and sapphire faceted rhinestones. It has a silver tone setting and has the typical Juliana linkage on the reverse. It is in very good condition.
This spectacular demi parure was made by the firm of Delizza and Elster, better known as the makers of "Juliana". The necklace is 16" long x 1 1/2" wide in front and each clip back earring is 1 1/4" long x 3/4" wide. The set has hematite glass cabochons surrounded by gray round and navette faceted rhinestones. It has a silver tone setting and it is in very good condition.
This spectacular bracelet was made by the firm of Delizza and Elster, better known as the makers of "Juliana". The bracelet is just over 2" wide in front and has a 6 1/2" interior measurement. The front has an intricate tortoise art glass cameo surrounded with brown and black faceted rhinestones. It has a rich gold tone setting and it is in excellent condition.
This spectacular pin was made by the firm of Delizza and Elster, better known as the makers of "Juliana". The pin is 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" and is set with 5 large fancy rivoli Montana blue stones. It has a Japanned setting with chartreuse and sapphire stones surrounding the larger rivolis. The rivoli stones have small nicks on the pointed end, but it is not noticeable when worn.
This spectacular pin was made by the firm of Delizza and Elster, better known as the makers of "Juliana". The pin is 2 1/2" in diameter and is set with 6 large fancy rivoli iridescent green stones. It has marquis and round stone trim in pink borealis, chartreuse, and deep green. It has a polished gold tone setting and it is in excellent condition.
An elegant pair of Edwardian 14K yellow gold, platinum and mother-of-pearl cufflinks by Carrington. The round, slightly concave mother-of-pearl faces are centered with small natural pearls and enclosed within engraved platinum borders. Both the mother-of-pearl and the pearls have very nice luster and color overtones. Each face is hallmarked by Carrington, one of the leading American manufacturing jewelers at the turn of the 20th century.
Origin: America, ca. 1900. Condition: excellent...
This pair of traditional silver ear plugs were worn in the enlarge holes of the Yao woman of China and Thailand. The same filgree pattern is on both sides of the earplugs. The plugs are 1+ inches in diameter and 1/2 inches thick.
This is a sterling silver choker necklace which is 14" with a 3 1/4" extension. It consists of links in the shap of bows. Most of the necklace is shiny silver but the "ribbons" on the inside of the bows are brushed silver for a nice contrast. The necklace is in excellent condition with no problems, and it is marked as shown.
A heavy and well-constructed 835 silver European openwork 6-7/8" bracelet. It is 3/8" wide, it has a box clasp with safety loops and it weighs 20.4 grams. It is stamped 835 on the interior of each link (difficult to see), and it is in excellent condition with no dents, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs. All items are thoroughly and conservatively graded and all condition issues are noted; all items are vintage or antique and may have slight signs of gentle use...
This Trifari Prancing Horse is made of gold plated base metal with rhinestones.
Hallmark: Trifari with Crown
Dimensions: 2" x 1.5"
Patent des. 131,368 on Feb. 10, 1942
A Utika sterling silver or higher gilt filigree bracelet, probably 1920s 1930. This fine quality vintage sectional bracelet has true Art Deco period design and finish and it is stamped SILVER and UTIKA. We believe it is German in origin, but have been unable to confirm company information. The extraordinarily fine filigree looks like the work that Theodor Fahrner made popular. The gilding is very light.
It is 7-3/8" long and is just under 1" wide with a box clasp with a safety guard loop...
An exceptional pair of Victorian carved ivory and 9K yellow gold earrings. The earrings are fashioned as exquisitely detailed cherubs, each suspending three elongated drops. The drops are arranged in the typical girandole style with the central piece hanging lower than the outer elements. The cherubs are fully three-dimensional and the feathered carving on the backs is as fine as that on the front. The ivory has a very nice patina...
A stunning French Belle Epoque platinum negligee necklace set with old European and single-cut diamond and calibre cut blue sapphires. The fancy platinum chain, interrupted at regular intervals with natural seed pearls, joins to a gracefully arched diamond-set bar suspending old European cut diamonds leading an asymmetrical pair of semicircular plaques, each finished with a tassel of natural seed pearls...
Unique Victorian bracelet done in a snake motif made of 14k yellow gold, with natural emerald, and rose cut diamonds. Intricately woven gold "body" and highly decorated "head". The bracelet will fit a 6.75" wrist. There is approximately 0.25 cttw of rose cut diamonds and 0.15 cttw of natural emerald. It is marked "585" on the underside of the "head." It has a secure clasp and a safety chain. It is in excellent condition and the overall weight is 12.5 grams. Circa 1890.
This McClelland Barclay "V shaped" necklace is gold and rhodium base metal with rhinestones.
Hallmarked: McClelland Barclay
Dimensions: 16 1/4" overall. central element is 4 3/4" x 1 1/4"
Reference: American Costume Jewelry- Art and Industry, Brunialti & Brunialti, V.1, p. 247 dated 1939 from advertisement in Glamour, Dec 1939
This Coro 'Geissmann Screech Owl' 1938 is rhodium-plated base metal with black and red enameling and pave rhinestones, depicting a screech owl in the act of swooping down on its prey.
Robert Geissmann was of German origin, and lived in New York. He was probably a freelancer who occasionally worked for Cor and the jewelry sector...
This Hattie Carnegie is unsigned. It has her characteristic lucite (resin) ebony body with clear rhinestones set in gold tone. It has a ridged segmented curler body, scales, horn and lower jaw open to expose the openwork metal. It is 2 7/8" x 1 3/4" . Excellent condition.