Unsigned Necklaces & Bracelets

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This is a wonderful glitzy bib set, listed on page # 182 of Marcia Brown's "Unsigned Beauties of Costume Jewelry" at $92. Set in silvertone metal, the pale blue rhinestones create a festoon pattern, studded with larger dark blue rhinestones. Seven rhinestone drops create additional movement and sparkle. 15" including clasp. 2 1/2" drop. The drop area is approximately 4" wide. Earrings 1" x 1 3/8". Close-up of Earrings $90.

1950s glitz necklace with unfoiled champagne-colored crystals, gold AB stones, and palest citrine rhinestone chain. Soft golden colors. The unfoiled navettes have a soft glow, which gives this necklace a slightly different appearance from the usual. The necklace is well-designed to fit the curve of the neck so that the unfoiled crystals overlap slightly in their gold-tone settings, which gives it a dimensional effect. 15 1/2". $51.

This yellow set has everything. Tiny amber rhinestones and pale citrine baguettes set on goldtone metal. A classic and graceful design, with wing-shaped earrings designed to look incredible on the ear. The set uses 3mm rhinestones, rather than the usual 4mm stones, which gives it a delicate, almost Victorian look on. Resembles Weiss styling. Several of the tiny amber rhinestones are slightly darkened -- un-noticeable when worn in the midst of all the glitz. All of the baguette stones are clear and sparkly. 16 1/4" x 7/8". Bib section 5 1/4". Earrings 3/4" x 1 5/8". Close-up of earrings. $58.

Gorgeous purple moonstone bib necklace. Lavendar rhinestones alternate with satin glass cabachons in a muted shade of purple. There are pear-shaped and oval-shaped stones in satin glass and dark purple. All in all, this is a wonderful piece for the purple lovers. Silvertone backing. Heavy and well-made -- feels good on. 16". Center drop 1 1/4 inches. $142.

This necklace is so feminine, with five goldtone rose links, each set with a single rhinestone and backed by detailed golden leaves. It reminds me of a Roman necklace that the ladies might have worn in the movie "Gladiator", for some reason. The goldtone is in great condition. 14 3/4". $45.

Move over Heart of the Ocean! Forget Titanic. Kate only got one blue heart. In this necklace, you get nine of them! This is such a wonderful old Czech-style charm necklace, with silvertone heart charms dangling from bezel-set hand-cut blue stones. There is some wear to the silvertone coating on the brass jump rings connecting the charms -- the chain itself and the charms are intact. A tiny bit of verdigris on the engraved clasp. This has a great tinkle and a gypsy flair. Circa 1930s-1940s. 17". Close-Up of Charms $65.

This is a fun and funky necklace which is obviously handmade. A variety of glass and metal beads and pendants hang from a pewter-tone engraved bookchain. Colors are purple, amber, red, blue, and green with silvertone accents. Jingles. 18" x 2 1/2". Close-up $34.

Lovely red aurora borealis rhinestone necklace from the 1950s. A central large stone is flanked by stones which graduate in size. This looks very Arabian Nights to me. The red AB stones have a rich color and flash green, gold, and lavendar highlights. Gold-toned setting. 16". 35$. SOLD


Lovely Renaissance revival bracelet, probably Czechoslovakian. Brass and glass at its best. Three jeweled medallions of bezel-set faux "rubies," "sapphires," and "emeralds," linked by 5 strands of intricate brass chain. Gold leaves, varying sizes and cuts of rhinestones. Close-up SOLD

This is an adorable 1950s-60s shimmery pale gold AB bracelet, set in pale goldtone to match the stones. Has great deco-style detailing on the clasp, and looks substantial on. 7" x 7/8". 45$.

A delicate Edwardian glass bracelet, probably of Czech origin, with sparkling glass stones in an open-backed setting that allows the light to catch the facets. 7" long. Each stone is double-cut for extra brilliance. Silvertone setting may be sterling. 37$. SOLD

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