JAY FEINBERG 18k and rutilated quartz necklace with turquoise faceted glass spacers

JAY FEINBERG 18k and rutilated quartz necklace with turquoise faceted glass spacers, black glass seed beads and 18k yellow gold tube spacers and catch.   It is a nice long 48″ so it can be worn doubled, it fastens with the toggle closure, each rutilated quartz bead is 5/8″ wide and the total weight is … Continue reading “JAY FEINBERG 18k and rutilated quartz necklace with turquoise faceted glass spacers”

WENDY GELL Wristy with vintage Karu rabbit center

WENDY GELL Wristy with vintage Karu rabbit center surrounded by a treasure chest of glass and metal beads, some of which hang off the bracelet and move in a nice way, and different kinds of rhinestones and crystals, 6-3/4″ by 3″ marked “Wendy Gell 198?”.  View   View   #X35996   $298.00

VICTORIAN sterling silver ornate bows and ivy leaves brooch

VICTORIAN sterling silver ornate bows and ivy leaves brooch with beaded edge, hallmarked for Chester, England, date 1900 and maker’s mark “AJC”, 1-7/8″.  The AJC mark is probably for Alfred James Chester.  This is a sweetheart pin with bows and ivy leaves.    View   #V13421   $58.00

CHATELAINE golden matte finish Victorian chatelaine

CHATELAINE matte finished gold filled Victorian chatelaine with initials “AIE” for “Amity, Eternity and Infinity” on this very unusual set. It includes a belt clip 2-7/8″; three beaded chains 5″; compass (glass cracked on top) 1″; locket 1-3/4″; knife 2″. Circa 1890. Chatelaines were made for both utilitarian and decorative uses and this is a particularly lovely one.    View   View   View   … Continue reading “CHATELAINE golden matte finish Victorian chatelaine”

VICTORIAN French cut steel shoe buckle

VICTORIAN ”Made in France” French cut steel shoe buckle, brads have 12 facets. I have seen craftsmen and beaders convert these single buckles into bracelets and other pieces of jewelry very successfully.    View   View   #V26459a   $38.00

DRAGON’S BREATH Fred Harvey era sterling bracelet Maisel 1950

DRAGON’S BREATH Fred Harvey era sterling bracelet circa 1950, with the Maisel’s kachina mark and Native American designs. “Dragon’s breath” is glass cabochon that is specially treated to give it this particular coloring and rainbow effect, which is a big favorite of mine. I remember seeing pieces like this as a child growing up in the southwest back in … Continue reading “DRAGON’S BREATH Fred Harvey era sterling bracelet Maisel 1950”

Ciner Jewelry Information

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