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LEAVES

These frosted glass leaves have always caught my eye for the way
they reflect the
light. The delicacy, color and
combinations with other stones are very special.
Makers who used these include Schiaparelli, Hattie Carnegie, Hobe, Schreiner and
also some unsigned pieces. So far, I haven’t seen these used in bracelets, but who knows what may turn up in the
future.
Colors: yellow, green, peach, golden, blue, black, tan and clear.
Each molded and veined glass leaf is held in a metal solid
backed gold tone setting and attached to a "branch". Some have a
tiny rhinestone drop at the end of each leaf and some do not.
Some twigs can be bent a bit in order to curve around the center
stone in different ways, but only very slightly and carefully.


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FROSTED molded glass leaves and deep orange glass cabochon set in gold
tone brooch with pendant hook on back, 3-1/4".

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SCHREINER
brooch and earrings made of frosted glass leaves in blue and white in a gold
tone setting, made in the 1960s. The brooch is 2-5/8" by 2-1/3" and the clip
back earrings 7/8". They are accented with small glass pearls and shimmer in
the light. I have now seen this same set signed "Schreiner NY" but this set
is not signed. The Carole Tanenbaum and Eve Townsend book "Schreiner- Master
of 20th Century Costume Jewelry" shows this on page 52. The designer Hattie
Carnegie was also fond of these leaves and used them in her jewelry, and I
have also seen them in similar unsigned pieces, too. This is a really lovely
set in excellent condition.

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PEACH colored molded glass leaves and
orange glass cabochon set in gold tone metal brooch with pendant hook on back,
3-1/4". I have had this style brooch by Schreiner as well as not
signed at all. View

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DAZZLING
large blue art glass stone surrounded by "carved" green glass leaves set in
gold tone set, 2-1/4" brooch and 1-1/2" earrings. This is unsigned, but made
both front and back like some of the Hattie Carnegie brooches.

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HATTIE CARNEGIE brooch with golden glass leaves surrounding black glass
bugle bead center set in gold tone metal, 2-1/3" by 2". Similar molded glass
leaves were also used by Hobe and Schreiner during this time period and I
have a real fondness for them.

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HATTIE CARNEGIE
green and yellow leaves brooch and earrings, brooch
3-5/8" by 2", clip back earrings 1-1/2". Each stamen has a tiny clear
rhinestone at the top, and each one pivots on the tip for movement. The
brooch is marked "Hattie Carnegie" and the earrings just "Carnegie".

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CHERRY red cherries brooch with green pressed
glass leaves, the cherries are deep cherry red enamel on glass and the
setting is gold tone. It is 2-3/4" by 2", and each cherry is 1/2" across.
These pressed glass leaves are some of my favorites and they were used by
more than one jewelry company including names like Schreiner, Hobe and Hattie
Carnegie. To see some of the others, click
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HATTIE CARNEGIE
citrus golden and lime green molded glass leaves set in gold tone around a
honey-orange faceted center rhinestones brooch, 2-7/8".
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HOBE
frosted green leaves necklace and earrings, with original box and
tags. The necklace is 15" x 5/8", the box 8-1/4" s 3-5/8" by 1" deep.
On the original tags it says this is "style #MD39N", and a part of the
Hobe
"Jewels of Legendary Splendor".

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HOBE
frosted green leaves necklace and earrings, with original box and
tags. The necklace is 15" x 5/8", the box 8-1/4" s 3-5/8" by 1" deep.
On the original tags it says this is "style #MD39N", and a part of the Hobe
"Jewels of Legendary Splendor".

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HOBE
green frosted glass leaves brooch with a green glass center cabochon, deep pink
rhinestones and glass pearls, all set in gold tone and singed on the back,
"Hobe", 2" by 2". These leaves are molded glass and are among my favorite
jewelry elements. This is in excellent condition.
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HOBE
earrings with frosted glass green veined leaves and green rhinestones set in
gold tone, 2-3/4" by 1-5/8". The earrings have the comfortable roll clips
that Hobe often used on their clip backed earrings, and the "Hobe" name is
seen there. These are brilliant, work perfectly and are in excellent
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#O38734





Hattie Carnegie made different versions of this brooch, as
you can see here.

And even the backs are not quite the same.

HOBE green cabochon brooch with
wonderful pressed glass leaves and clear rhinestones set in gold tone,
1-3/4". I have also seen these lovely leaves used on both Schreiner
and Carnegie jewelry. View
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PINK
molded pink satin glass leaves brooch set in gold tone and
accented with gray rhinestones, 2-3/4" by 1-1/2". The leaves have a
shimmering look and are really lovely, some of my favorites. I have seen
them used in signed designer pieces, such as Hattie Carnegie, and in
unsigned jewelry like this as well.

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Two brooches side-by-side with leaves folded over in slightly different ways.


FROSTED
leaves group.


BLACK
molded leaves pin looking like they were made of velvet rather
than glass, 1-3/4". Leaves like these were also used by Hattie Carnegie in
some of her jewelry, circa 1960s.

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