Approx. Size: .50” (1.27 cm) diameter Condition: Very good. No dead stones
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Beautiful mid century faux pearl earrings with clear and blue rhinestones. All stones are prong set. Set on silver metal circles for maximum impact. Classic 1950 mid century look. Perfect for that glamorous cocktail party or vintage wedding.
Two for one earrings in beautiful cream and pink enamel
Cream pair: 1" x .50" (2.5 x 1.25 cm)
Pink pair: 1" diameter (2.5 cm)
Condition: Very Good
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Fun set of two pairs of 1980s pierced earrings. First pair is cream with a gold metal cross-hatch design. The second pair are bright pink knots with gold metal beaded edging. Great sets for spring and summer wear. Perfect for gifting. Price is for both pairs.
Beautiful openwork gold metal clip earrings with are two luminous faux pearls on each clip. Beautiful for either daytime or cocktail wear.
Kramer was founded by Louis Kramer 1943. Since all activities of the company were centered in New York City many of the pieces are marked “Kramer NYC or Kramer of New York. The company was know for it intricate design work and use of rhinestones particularly in floral or geometric patterns. Kramer was also a maker for Dior in the 1950s-60s. The company closed in the 1970s.
This style of jewelry was called "Moonglow" for it's slight iridescence
Approx. Size: .75" x .50"
Condition: Very good
Mark/Label: Star (Star Novelty Company, Inc)
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Ice blue thermoset plastic combines with shiny silver metal trim in this gorgeous pair screw back earrings. Classic mid century style. The shading from light to dark makes for a unique design.
Star and Staret jewelry were produced by the Star Novelty Company, Inc. of Chicago. The company began making costume jewelry, marked: "STAR" in 1925. The company changed its name to Staret in the 1940s.
Beautiful and bold mabe faux pearl brooch by Napier. Nice large piece, Gold oval metal chain link setting.
Napier was founded in 1875 as Whitney and Rice, a silver company. Under the leadership of James Napier, the president of the company during the 1920s, the company was renamed in his honor and switched to producing costume jewelry The Napier brand was well known in the 40s – 70s for it’s clean, modern lines. The company is still in operation today as a holding of Jones New York producing lesser quality items.
This is a beautiful modernist interpretation of a GREN GDS ensignia
Approx. Size: 2" (5 cm) diameter
Condition: Very Good
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The Grenadier Guards (GREN GDS) is an infantry regiment of the British Army. It is the most senior regiment of the Guards Division and, as such, is the most senior regiment of infantry. Modern Grenadier Guardsmen wear a cap badge of a "grenade fired proper" with seventeen flames. Gold metal brooch with a multi point flame inside a circle. Round gold metal ball at the base. #JP22
Vintage Art Deco Style Bracelet with Black and Clear Faceted Beads. Sophisticated black and clear faceted plastic beads with silvertone metal separators inlayed with rhinestones. Very art deco look. Bracelet is expandable. #JB70
Beautiful white glass earrings, often called milk glass. Molded glass beads surround a center white glass cabachon. Small faux pearls complete the look in a silver metal setting.
Jacques Hobe', a master craftsman a jeweler to the French court, founded the Hobe Company in 1887 in Paris. His grandson William Hobe immigrated to New York City in the mid 1920s and established Hobe et Cie, a family business producing high quality costume jewelry.
Florence Ziegfeld commissioned Hobe to make stage jewelry for the Ziegfeld Follies leading to Hobe’s long association with the film industry. By the 1940s, Hobe jewelry was billed as “Jewels of Legendary Splendor" and advertised in magazines modeled by Hollywood’s movie stars such as Bette Davis and Carole Lombard. The family stopped producing jewelry in the 1990s, but a Hobe company still produces jewelry today.