The Enchanted Castle
Drawing by Hal Foster, creator of the Prince Valiant comic strip.
Permission to use granted over 30 years ago.
This Froggy is only old enough to be a teenager, but he is a cutie. 1½" tall.
Straw beads. Very light weight. $25
Close up of straw beads
This is blinding in its briliance and the rhinestones are BIG! It is so large that I had to slant it on the scanner. Push in clasp,
Wonderful bracelet. White enameled with purple stones. 7" long. $105
Clamper with huge topaz stones. Very elegant. $85
Regancy crown pin with peridot stones. $95
This seems to be a hair clip. It is marked "France". Very glittery and hard to show that in a scan.
Full parure, unmarked. Has little crystal stones sprinkled on it. $125
Close up of earring from parure.
This is a marked Hobé. Very tailored and elegant. Those colors are really gold and silver!
The stones in this necklace are garnet red, but I am fairly sure that they are rhinestones. $55
Need something in peach color?
Genuine Lucite in black, with original hang tag. $65
Very odd necklace by Les Bernard. It is made of cut and polished shells. $65
Gorgeous Hobé necklace, in a captivating design. $395
Lovely Swarovski necklace with the swan mark. Very heavy chain, about 16".
The amethyst stone is about 1" across and beautifully cut.
This is a retired piece of Lunch at the Ritz. The pieces by this company are highly collectible. This one is named "Country Music".
Very nice OLD dress buckle 2¼" Could be paste stones. $45
Hobé pin and earrings. The pin is not quite 2½" These almost look like bird nests. The center rhinestone is topaz color, surrounded by crystal stones. The earrings are screw clips.
Price Out on consignment
This necklace is heavy! Hobé is marked on the back of the square pendant. A seated Buddha is the figure. Length around the neck is 22". The pendant is 3" across, The center drop is 7". There are green stones and filagree beads.
This will get you noticed! SOLD
Hobé. I am sure this is by the Hobé Company, but is not marked. This elephant looks female, I think, just look at those gold toe nails! Made to look like ivory. Neck chain is 18". The Lady measures 2¼" from her back to those gold toe nails, and 2½" from head to tail. She has a rhinestone eye.
Hobe, their designers were always creative! The chunks look like ivory, but it is not very likely. however, with this company, it is possible.
The chain length is 24", pendant is 4½", earrings 2¼", and bracelet length is 7¼". This parure really looks like an ancient piece.SOLD
Back of the bracelet in previous picture.
Marked Coro, very brilliant clear stones. They are NOT yellowed. About 2" across.
Any fruit collectors? Very nice pears, marked JJ
For basket collectors, this one is by Trifari.
A wheelbarrow pin by Hobé amd marked on the back. Several companies made similar designs.
Sparkly curved leaf pin. Could be a D&E. About 2½" $25
Calling all elephant collotors! A nice pendant and matching pin. Notice the clasp on the chain is also an elephant! Approx. 2" across. Is that Bakelite? I have no idea. $55
More elephants. These are wearing rhinestones on their heads. The pin is about 2¼" across. $55
Pansy collectors take note! Enamel on metal.Petal on your right needs some enamel replaced.
Top to bottom about 1 3/4". $20
Looks like real petie point to me. No mark. 1½" tall. The chain is probably not original. $20
For flower basket collectors. This is not an expensive pin. Stones are glusd in. Pretty even if it is cheap. $12.50
Super sparkle stones. Could be D&E. About 2" across. $20
Holiday earrings. 2" across, but not heavy because the red is not glass. The petals are a form of translucent plastic and the backs are open so a light behind them can make them glow. $20
Curved leaf dseign. Set in goldtone, the stones are black diamond and fucshia, with 3 crystal stones at the end of the stem. About 2¼" long. Juliana $75
This must have been a popular transfer. The white streak on her collar and on her hair ornament are actual paint. $65
According to my Copper Art book, this dsign is called Peter Pan.I no longer have the earrings
Rhythm by Renoir. Hinged bracelet.No mark that I can find, but it is pictured in "Copper Art Jewelry" $50
Early unmarked Matisse. Pictured in "Copper Art Jewelry" 6½" long.
Most expensive piece in the current Eisenberg line. 3" tall, made in either gold or silvertone metal. $180
Marked Eisenberg Ice Must be ordered
1944 ad showing the bow pin in the next picture. Notice that this pin cost $65 new, a very large sum in that year. Ring and earrings are 14kt.gold.
Brazilian Smokey Topaz Quartz stone. Gold over sterling. Mark: Eisenberg Original and numbered on the back.
Jomaz bracelet with dark blue enamel. $95
Jomaz pin and earrings, with white enamel. $95