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FISH Jewelry
from the animal world

Some blow
bubbles and slither, like fish, snakes, and serpents, and some are our best friends
like dogs and cats. Their motif also makes really fun and whimsical
jewelry to wear.

enameled 3" fish clip. Some of the finish is missing from the tail, but
this is still lovely, circa
1940. View

attributed but unsigned fish brooch in gold tone with a topaz colored
unfoiled rhinestone belly and clear rhinestone accents, 3" by 2". The
design is amazing with ruffled and overlapping fins and tail and a swirl
for an eye. It shows only slight traces of wear on the finish and the
clear stones are slightly hazy. I think this is circa 1940 and it is
Boucher patent number 139674 from 1944.


MB (Boucher)
sterling vermeil fish pin with topaz colored rhinestone belly 2-1/2".
View #B21884

SILSON purple enameled fish
fur clip, 3-1/4". View

sterling vermeil dolphin fish brooch with glass pearls and
rhinestones, and little red enameled lips, circa 1944, 2-1/2".
The red coloring you see on the back is only a reflection, not red
enameling This is the same piece seen in
Christie Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry", 3rd Ed, page 193, and is also in Brunialti’s
"American Costume Jewelry, Art & Industry" on page 176,
where they say it was designed by Ruth Kamke and manufactured for
Eisenberg by Fallon & Kappel. This can be seen in the book,
"Eisenberg Originals, The
Golden Years of Fashion, Jewelry and Fragrance, 1920s-1950s" by Sharon
Schwartz & Laura Sutton on page 108.

View #E21240

STARET 2-3/4" fish pin
with red rhinestone belly, guaranteed original 1940’s. This has been
reproduced over the years starting in the 1990s, but the one we have are
genuine and made in the 1940s.

DUJAY fish brooch
with lovely enamel work and an art glass glass cabochon belly, an unsigned DuJay
that is 2" wide.

DUJAY three fishes brooch with
enameling and each with a striped glass cabochon belly, 2-1/4" each
and with no signature.
View #Y33723

brooch with some of the loveliest enamel work I have ever
seen. The blue, cream and peach colored enamel work enhances this
fish brooch with glass pearl bubbles, a blue rhinestone eye and
clear rhinestone accents on the tail and fins. The setting is silver
pot metal and there is only very light enamel wear on one tiny
scale. The brooch is 2-3/4" by 2-1/2" and was made about 1940. This
design is similar to a fish fur clip made by Boucher, but the
Boucher settings are usually rhodium plated rather than pot metal.


ROSENSTEIN sterling fish fur clips, 2-5/8" and 2" with
1-1/4" earrings.
View #X24350

ROSENSTEIN sterling and enameled2-3/4"
flying fish fur clip with green rhinestone eyes.
View #X24351

STERLING silver and clear paste (rhinestones) fish brooch. In
addition to the dazzling clear rhinestones it has a green rhinestone eye and
an elongated
c-catch. It looks like it is European and it is 3-1/3" long. He’s
a great catch for sure and in excellent condition!


STARFISH brooch with red and aqua glass
cabochon in a heavily textured gold setting, 2-1/2" like #3576. The center
rhinestone is a wine red and the smaller red cabochons have a stripe of apple
juice color in them, unusual and absolutely beautiful. It has a hook on the back
that a chain can go through so this can also be worn as a pendant.




by Antonio Aquilino sterling vermeil fish brooch in gold wash
with clear rhinestones, red glass cabochon eye, signed "Anthony sterling" on
the back, 2-1/3" by about 1-1/2". Antonio immigrated from
Naples, Italy, in about 1920 but didn’t begin making jewelry until the
1940s. The use of sterling indicates that this was made during World War II
when there was a shortage of other metals.




ANTHONY by Antonio Aquilino sterling vermeil fish brooch in gold wash
with clear rhinestones, red glass cabochon eye, signed only "sterling" on
the back, 2-1/3" by about 1-1/2".
View #X41701

blowing bubbles brooch with green and caramel enameling, white
glass cabochons and clear rhinestones all set in silver pot metal, 3" by
1-3/4". Circa 1940, it is in such good condition.


FISH enameled fish brooch with two-tone aqua
face and tail and red lips with clear rhinestone accents all set into gold
colored metal, 3" by
1-5/8". It’s not signed and from the front it looks like a DeRosa,
but from the back it doesn’t so much. I will just call it a fun figural
fish brooch,
circa 1950.

DUJAY unsigned fish brooch with a honey
colored cabochon belly and clear rhinestone accents with pale honey colored
enameling in the tail and fins and a green rhinestone eye, circa 1940.
View #Y21899

DUJAY unsigned fish brooch with red unfoiled
glass cabochon belly, clear rhinestone fins, topaz colored eye
and gold colored enamel, circa 1940s, 2-5/8".
Pair of unsigned DuJay fish brooches.

unsigned fish
brooch with a deep blue glass cabochon belly with clear rhinestone accents
and a yellow rhinestone eye, circa 1940. There is a slight amount of
enamel missing, which is typical of pieces of this era.
View #Y18232

with marcasites
and faux pearls fish pin. View
CARNEGIE blue and
green plastic fish pin set in gold tone metal with rhinestone accents.
View #C22945

JOHN CATALANO huge fish brooch
with fabulous aqua poured glass ovals, aqua, pink, blue, aurora and purple
rhinestones all set in gold tone, 6-1/2" by 4-1/2".
View #X36080

CINER gold tone fish
brooch with clear, red and green rhinestones, wonderful Ciner quality,
circa 1995, 3-1/4". View

pot metal, enameling and rhinestones brooch circa 1940. Shown in
Brunialti’s "Tribute to America" on page 141.

MB (Boucher)
enameled fish brooch.

BAKELITE apple juice reverse
carved and painted fishes center with round with orange beads stretchy
bracelet, 6-7/8" when relaxed by 2" at the front and 1" at the back, circa
1940. See this in green in Davidov & Dawes "Bakelite Jewelry" page 88. View
View #B32501
BAKELITE pea green and wood
fish brooch. seen on the cover and on page 81 of "Wooden Jewelry" by Mary Jo
View #B61992

SHULTZ bakelite apple juice
reverse carved fish bangle, 2-1/2" by
1" by 1/3".
View #B31405

faceted unfoiled rhinestone belly in sterling vermeil setting fish brooch
with clear rhinestone accents, circa 1945, 2-1/2". View

articulated and segmented fish pendant, 1-7/8" long. The enamels are
caramel, aqua and a bit of teal in each eye, probably made in China.

CORO enameled and rhinestone fish
fur clips, part of a Duette set.
View #C13106

softly colored green enameled angel fish pin with clear rhinestones set in
gold tone, 2-1/4". The last photo shows three fish scatter pins
worn together, just as an idea.



green enamel and clear rhinestones fish brooch set in gold tone, 2-1/4". The
last photo shows three fish scatter pins worn together, just as an idea.




FISH scatter pins.

I think that this may be a reproduction of an older
GREETING CARD… and much to
my surprise, it shows the same fish as the brooch to the right.

green fish brooch with rhinestone accents, 2-3/4" by 1-3/4".

SILVER enamel and
marcasites 1-5/8"fish pin marked on the back, "KV 800".
View #Y22138

DIOR by Kramer dolphin and
seashells pin in gold tone, faux pearls and rhinestones, 2-1/3". A
brooch exactly like this has also been seen signed "Julio".
View #X9553

BOUCHER "under the sea"
brooch of white coral set in gold tone seaweed and fish, clear
rhinestone accents, 2".

black enameled fish brooch and earrings with artificial pearl
belly and red rhinestone accents.
View #T19086

BOB MACKIE orange, blue and lime
green enameled fish brooch with clear rhinestones and artificial pearl
bubbles 2" View
SWAROVSKI green and yellow enameled
angel fish brooch, 1-1/3".
FISH caramel, green and
blue enameled fish brooch green rhinestone eyes, 1-1/2", marked on the back
View #Y25151

SWAROVSKI clear, aqua
and topaz colored rhinestones angel fish brooch, 1-1/4".
View #K25156
SWAROVSKI green and
yellow enameled fish brooch with multi-colored and clear rhinestones,
View #K25157
chartreuse, purple and clear rhinestones 1-1/4″ fish pin, circa 1995.
View #K25160

FISH brushed gold tone
flipping fish brooch with clear rhinestones, 2-3/4".
View #Y25167
FISH collection. KJL gold tone fish brooch
with clear and red rhinestones, 2-1/8".
View #X25149

blue, aqua and multicolored ceramic enamel fish brooch, 3-1/4". View
ST. JOHN blue enameled blow fish
brooch with rhinestones, 1-1/4". #X25154
gold tone and black enameled fish brooch with clear rhinestone
accents, 2-1/4". View

sailfish brooch with faint enameling in pastel colors and clear
rhinestones, 3-1/2". View

TRIFARI enameled fish fur
clip. View

CINER FISH brooch.

silver and jelly belly 3-3/4" dolphin brooch, circa 1941.
DIAN MALOUF unsigned sterling
fish and trees brooch with dangling fish, 2-1/2" by 1-1/4".
View #X63033
RHINESTONE sailfish circle
brooch with clear and blue rhinestones and green, yellow and lavender enameling, 1-2/3". View

crystal fish 1-1/8" pin and 5/8" fish tack pin, "jelly belly" style.

articulated fish charm with cloisonné enamel, 2-1/4". This can be
seen in Schwartz’s "Charms & Charm Bracelets" on page 18.

articulated fish on chain, 2-1/4" by 2-5/8". #Y25943

ENAMELED sterling with blue
and green enamel fish brooch, 3".
View #Y27641

CORO jelly belly enameled fish brooch, 2".

FISH green and gold tone fish
brooch with clear rhinestones, pendant loop, plastic body, 3".
View #Y61748

with a green rhinestone belly set in silver pot metal with clear
rhinestone accents and a red eye, 2-1/4" by 1-3/4". Circa 1940, this is in
excellent condition.


cream colored enameled fish brooch set in pot metal with clear
rhinestone accents, 2-1/3" by 2".


FISH silver stylized fish
brooch with pink square rhinestones, 2".
View #Y65595