Date(s): April 8, 2012. Album by Judy Miller. 1 - 44 of 44 Total. 5812 Visits.
1 This Juliana/D&E brooch and earrings are pictured in Ann Pitman's Juliana Jewelry Reference book on pabe 76 (the earrings) and on page 134 (the brooch).
2 This set has it all, the filigree scrolls and the margarita stones, plus a rivoli stone in the center square. The colors are amazing...blues combined with emerald and peridot colors.
3 Here I'm hoping that you can see that little margarita stone in the center of the earring.
4 The brooch is 2 1/2" across, and the clip earrings are 1 1/4" long.
5 DOMINIQUE AURENTIS is the name on the back of this gorgeous set. The set is just short of mint condition....not mint because it may have been worn...not sure.
6 The stones are a beautiful cobalt and sapphire color. The smaller stones are a teal color. A nice combination.
7 The brooch is huge at 3 1/2" across, and the clip earrings are almost 2" across. The gold color ribbons have a shine to them and the smaller blue cabs are molded. All have a foil back that shows through the top.
8 Each earring is marked DOMINIQUE AURIENTIS PARIS. They are 3" long.
30 I saw this set across the room and was drawn to it. It has the most unusual colors and it is large enough to make a statement.
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31 The brooch is 3" long, and the earrings on French wires are for pierced ears. They hang 1 1/8" from the top of the loop.
32 The stone colors are a light yellow, and a light blue, and all the stones have an aurora borealis finish to them. The center stone is acrylic and is a moon stone type. The colors in the center piece are pink and blue, and the colors flash because the stone is faceted.
33 The earrings have the same type of center stone as the brooch does. They also have grey pearls (not real pearls) surrounding the center faceted stone. The brooch has the same grey pearls surrounding the center piece.
34 All pieces are marked N. R. According to RCJ, a costume jewelry research site, N. R. stands for Nancy & Rise of New York, 1987.
The condition on this set is excellent, I examined the stones with a loupe, and I don't see any foil loss. This set is gorgeous, and something different. You will love this one.
35 This is a Juliana/D&E set that is pictured on page 65 of Ann Pitman's Juliana Reference book. It is green in the book.