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Crystal Ball 2007-8
Collector’s choice of
what they will be buying and selling this year!
CARNEGIE enameled cherub
brooch, 4". This is a large and heavy piece with lustrous enameling, and
unlike any Carnegie I have seen before.
enameled frog with aurora borealis, red cabochon eyes, 4-1/2". This is marked
"Apex NY" on the back.
fish pin with red rhinestone belly, circa 1940.
|PANTTI bakelite black stardust|
bangles with multi-colored dots, Shultz bakelite apple juice and black
dot bangle and Shultz bakelite laminated multi-colored and clear two-row
|VICTORIAN silver and sterling hinged|
bangles and Celtic and citrine brooch. Like the Victorians often did, I wear
these bangles on both arms.
POMERANTZ antiqued gold tone 3" brooch with green and carnelian colored
glass cabochons with BAKELITE
carved and over-dyed bangles . View
| Stacks of BANGLES, the more the better!|
VICTORIAN portrait earrings set in gold, 1-1/4" pendant only, 1-7/8"
total length. A similar piece can be seen on page 158 of Bell’s "Collecting
Victorian Jewelry". View
wearing pendant fringed earrings, a slide chain and a coral lace pin on
a crossed neck ribbon.
CLEAR rhinestone paste dangle
earrings with screw backs, circa 1930, 3". #Y32764
| Victorian to Deco EARRINGS|
HASKELL early Hess dress clip in baby blue glass beads and poured
glass leaves, 4". See an ad for this piece in Cera’s "Jewels of
Miriam Haskell" page 21.
HASKELL Larry Austin watercolor used as an
advertisement for the set shown here. View
HASKELL Larry Austin
original watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell flattened bead and
leaves bracelet and clip,
numbered "815" on back in pencil, 8" by 10".
chartreuse, burnt sienna and tan flattened glass beads and gold tone leaves expansion
bracelet, 3-1/4" front, and matching 4" clip. #H26051
DWECK Stephen Dweck
statement ring of oval
faceted crystal quartz set in sterling silver,
tag dated 2007, size 7-1/4.
MB ENAMEL cherries
brooch, circa 1941. (Seen in Christie Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry, 3rd
Ed, page 193.) Shown in Brunialti’s "Tribute to America" on page 151. View
GROUP of fruit pins and clips.
|RINGS ~ Victorian to contemporary large|
| FRUIT FIGURALS|
Metals, unadorned or partially adorned with stones or enamels.
A revival of the enameled and Lucite deco look of the 60’s & 70s.
The "Pearls and diamonds" look
Copper and sterling.
One consistent theme was that many are refining and improving
their collections, keeping only what they really wear.