These items were sold from my "Jewelry for Sale" album.
Date(s): August 3, 2010. Album by Judy Miller. 1 - 170 of 170 Total. 4544 Visits.
1 Thermoset plastic in the light blue moonglow finish is what we have here. It is by Coro, and is signed with the prancing pony on the bracelet along with the Coro mark. The other pieces are signed, but the signature is illegible.
2 The necklace is 18" long, the bracelet is 7 1/2" long, and the clip earrings are just over an inch across.
3 This set is by Sarah Coventry and is in excellent shape.
Black plastic cabs rest upon a silver tone starburst. It is called the "Black Beauty."
4 The brooch is 2" across and the clip earrings are 1" across.
5 This is the Sarah Coventry starburst, or sun flower set. Brooch and earrings. The brooch is 2 3/4" across and the clip earrings are 1 3/4" across. In excellent condition.
6 This parure is by Jomaz. A really elegant gold color and rhinestone set.
7 The choker necklace is 15" long and has a rhinestone fold over clasp. The bracelet is 7 1/4" long also with a rhinestone fold over clasp.
8 If you click on this photo to enlarge it, you will see the little rhinestones in each leaf cup.
The clip earrings are an inch across.
9 It is marked Jomaz on all pieces.
10 This is a classic TRIFARI set. In mint condition.
11 It is so nice, I just had to take another photo.
12 The brooch is large at 3 1/4" long. The earrings are clips, and they are 1" across. The brooch and each earring are marked.
13 This set is by Miriam Haskell. A wonderful set, and I'm not sure why I am selling it. It really is nice. In excellent condition.
14 The necklace is 63" long, and has a spring ring clasp, so you can wind this around your neck three times.
15 The chain is the Russian gold color, and the beads are a carnelian color. They are acrylic beads, perhaps done in the Larry Vrba era.
The earrings are the spring, screw type, and are signed on the back of the earring shank, and on the ball of the earring. The necklace hang tag is stamped on one side with the stamp showing on the other side in a mirror image.
16 This is by Weiss. The clip earrings are not marked, but the brooch is marked Weiss.
17 In excellent condition, the brooch had the milk white glass navettes, and some aurora borealis rhinestones with gold colored leaves. The brooch is 2 3/4" across and the earrings are 1 1/4" across.
18 Isn't this a happy set? It is by Weiss and it is in excellent condition.
21 The pendant is a wonderful deep amethyst color.
22 The necklace is marked on the back of the little CD, and comes with a paper tag bearing the name Christian Dior. The necklace is wearable at 17 1/2" long, and the pendant is 1" long.
23 This is one really special WEISS piece.
24 I'm calling the stone a piece of art glass that looks raspberry in color. It has the little lines in it that you see in some stones in Schriener pieces. In excellent condition, the chain is 18" and the drop is one inch. Marked Weiss on the back of the pendant.
25 Tiny little Trifari earrings. They are clips, and are 7/8" long.
27 This Coro pin is so much better in person. The rhinestones are knock your eye out sparkly, which you can't tell by this photo. They reside in copper color cups, and the rest of the brooch is gold color.
The center faux pearl is perfect and the pin is 1 1/2" long.
28 Another Coro pin that has it all. A punched out design in gold color metal, and tassels. The stone is perfect...a topaz color.
2 1/2" by 2" wide.
29 This brooch, is an Original by Robert, and it is really lovely. The smooth enamel is a deep red, fading to pink in the center.
30 The brooch is large, at 3 1/4" long. It has one tiny chip in the enamel on the lower left petal.
31 A sparkly light weight Coro pin to sit nicely on your blouse or sweater. It is 2 1/2" long.
32 Marked Coro on the back.
33 This is a gorgeous trembler brooch by Vendome. A rich ruby red on gold colored metal.
34 Here you can see the layers on the brooch. The center flower part is the moving part.
The brooch is just over 2" across.
35 Another nice brooch by WEISS. This one is summery in grass green and white navettes.
36 The brooch from the other end. It is a long one, at 3 1/2".
37 Marked Weiss on the back.
38 This is a locket on a chain. The necklace is 19" long, and the locket is 3/4" long. The chain is not original to the locket, which is probably from 1940, or earlier.
39 Inside the locket is a photo of a couple dressed up, and it looks to be a wedding photo. The man is wearing a boutiner, and the lady has a 1940's hair stlye.
40 The locket is gold in color, and has a black stone in the center, surrounded by red stones. Very nice piece.
41 Probably Czech in origin, this brooch is just a wonderful example of fine workmanship. The stones are such a brilliant blue color.
42 Here is the back to show you how the light shows off those blue stones. The brooch is 2 1/4" by 1 5/8".
43 This half moon brooch is another one of the Czech brooches, that has the little green glass beads sewn onto the back of the pin. The flower center has a seed bead threaded on it.
44 The brooch is 2 1/2" from tip to tip.
45 This is an old Czech piece. It has a piece on the back that looks like a buckle piece, but it could also be a scarf grabber.
46 The metal is brass. The stones are faceted, and there are no chips or cracks in the stones. There is one tiny chip in the metal on the back.
47 The bar is marked Czechoslavakia, and the piece is 2 3/4" long. I think this might look nice holding a scarf around the neck, or perhaps on a cord, or velvet ribbon around the neck.
48 I hope you can see this one, white on white is pretty hard to see. The set is marked WEST GERMANY and all the beads are glass.
49 The necklace is a choker length at 15 1/2" long.
50 All the beads are glass including the tiny spacers. I think the waffeled stones are molded glass. The earrings are clips and they are 1 1/4" across.
51 Here is a happy fellow, with a mischevious grin. He is wooden, and he is in great shape.
52 This brooch is substantial, and is 2 1/2" from cheek to cheek.
53 Another Vintage root beer Bakelite bracelet. This one is a clamper and is 1/2" wide. It is 1/2" thick at the thickest part.
54 The bracelet has all kinds of swirls in it, just like the other root beer bracelet. The opening is an oval and is 2 1/2" across the long part of the oval. The hinge is tight.
55 This glass necklace was made in the 1920's or 1030's.
56 The larger beads are molded and have traces of dark paint in the grooves.
57 All hand knotted, this is an excellent example of early molded glass jewelry.
58 The color is a deep topaz.
59 There is no clasp, but there is also plenty of room to just slip it over your head.
60 The necklace is 35" with a 3 1/4" drop. Excellent condition.
63 A nice little bunch of violets I think. In very good condition.
64 The brooch measures 2" long, and is very dainty.
65 PRICE SOLD
66 This lovely set is by KRAMER. The set is in excellent condition.
67 The stones are a pinkish aurora borealis. The metal of the leaves is a deep brushed gold. The flowers are a brushed silver color. The metal sparkles.
68 The necklace is 17" long which includes the extender chain. The necklace and the chain hook are marked Kramer.
69 The clip earrings are 1 1/4" and are both marked Kramer.
70 The set is very nice..you won't be disappointed.
71 PRICE SOLD
72 Tammey Jewels is the name on the tag on the necklace of this neat parure. The black beads are plastic, and there are round rhinestone ball beads interspersed.
73 The necklace is 23" long, and the bracelet is on elastic. The earrings are clips and are 1 1/4" across.
74 R. GRAZIANO is the name on this nice ring and earring set. This set is mint....and all the paper work comes with it. The box, two papers about R. Graziano, a pouch and an earring card.
75 The ring is adjustable...it is 7 1/4 right now. The cabs are really nice red, blue and green stones, with the center red stone having swirls in it.
76 The clip earrings are 7/8" across.
77 Here is a photo of all the papers and the jewelry.
78 Here is a Hollycraft brooch that is unusual. It is metal, and the back is black, but more like enamel than Japaned. The green leaf is perfect and the red rhinestones are all there and sparkly.
79 The brooch is 2" long.
80 This heart is by Trifari, and it is in excellent condition. It is 1 3/8" tall.
81 This is a great fun demi. The set is enamel.
One petal of the pin has a little gold on it instead of all yellow. It does not detract from the over all look of the pin.
Earrings are clips and are about an inch long. The pin is 2 1/2 inches long.
82 This one's a retro two fer. When I bought it, the two bracelets were hooked together to form a necklace. Sooooo it's up to you. Necklace and earrings...or, two bracelets and earrings.
83 The stones in this set are really nice.....and interesting. In excellent condition. The bracelets are each wearable at 8", which makes the choker necklace 16". The earrings are clips and they are 1" long.
84 VENDOME earrings. My photos do not show the sparkle and colors of these earrings. Every small movement flashes another rich color.
85 The earrings are glass and are in excellent condition.
88 This is what I'm calling a sparkly spider. He is in mint condition, and fierce!
89 He is winking at you with his green eyes. The spider is a pretty good size, at just over 3" across.
90 This beautiful little buttercup yellow enamel and sterling brooch was done in the 1950's by Danish designer E. Dragsted.
91 The brooch is in excellent condition, with no chips, scratches, or cracks to the enamel. The back could use a rub with a silver cloth, but I will leave that to the buyer.
92 This beautiful spring colored brooch is 2 1/4" long and the pin mechanism works well.
93 This is a yummy piece.
94 These are great little sterling earrings that belonged to my mom. They are marked sterling, and 925. She may have picked them up in Denmark in the 50's, but I can't be sure.
The earrings are 1 1/4" long and are screw backs.
95 This gorgeous ITALIAN GLASS necklace is so sweet. Clusters of four birds rest on leaves of glass. The birds and beads are banded with a gold glitter paint.
96 The necklace is in wonderful shape with only minimal glass leaf damage. There are three leaves with chips, and one bird has lost his head, but the rest of the glass beads are intact. There are 28 birds on this necklace. Amazing for such a delicate necklace.
97 The necklace is wearable at 17" and has a hook clasp.
98 You won't be disappointed.
99 This set, though unmarked, is sterling. I had my jeweler confirm it for me. It is a huge set, probably made in the 1970's or 80's. If you like big, and bold, this one is for you.
100 This is one of the earrings. Made for pierced ears, the earring is just under three inches long. The necklace is wearable at 17" and the focal is 5 1/2" long.
PRICE 100.00 HOLD
101 OK here goes the duck. Flying high. He is sterling and he is a fine looking duck.
126 These fabulous earrings are signed CHRISTIAN DIOR BY KRAMER.I took this side photo to try and show you the construction of the earring.The pearls wiggle when you do. A fantastic combination of crystal navettes and pearls with crystal head pins. Show stoppers for sure.
127 The earrings are both marked Kramer of N.Y. and one has the Christian Dior by Kramer mark.
128 The earrings are clips and they are 1 3/4" long.
PRICE 300.00 SOLD
129 This clunky bracelet clamper is vintage Bakelite. The oxidation process is clearly visable on the inside of the bracelet.
130 The inside of the oval is 2 3/8" across. The clamper hinge is tight and there is no damage to the bracelet at all. The bracelet is 7/8" wide and the walls are 1/2" thick.
Price $ SOLD
131 You know those reading glasses you can find in the drug store? Well....these are the same thing, only they are gorgeous!
In order to see the detal on these glasses it's best to click on the photo to enlarge it.
132 A close up of the detail on two of the pairs of glasses. They are hand painted, and some of the paint is glittery.
133 They had one owner....me....until I had to give up and go to perscription glasses. The glasses are in excellent condition, with no damage of any kind. The glass is clear, no scratches. This pair is power +175.
134 This pair is one that can sit on your nose and you look over the top. The power on this pair is +150.
135 This pair is black and white with a sparkly carnelian, gold and silver. The power is +200.
136 Detail on the black and white pair. Each pair of glasses comes with a protective case.
Price 25.00 each.
137 This is sterling and onyx. I'm not sure I really love this one yet, but it is interesting.
138 This old necklace is a knockout! The focal is huge at 3" X 2 1/2". This piece is either Czech or West German, unmarked.
139 The focal has a pin stem, so could be worn as a brooch. If you click on this photo, you will see the tiny red flower at the top of the focal, and it is seen again on the push in clasp. Wearable at 22". Really a nice necklace.
140 This guy is so cute! He is wooden, and signed on the back Beauregards. He is 3 3/4" long and has little poky things on his back and tail. A red glass cab eye.#5
146 The metal is a gold color, and the stones are turquoise and a light raspberry pink.
147 Here you can see the detail on the fold over clasp, and the safety chain.
148 There is one flaw on this bracelet, and that is the turquoise bead on the lower right. It has a small chip.
149 Check it out!!! I just found the earrings that go to this bracelet. They aren't marked, but came from the same person who had the bracelet. She said "I THOUGHT there were earrings that went with this bracelet." So now, it's a set....no price increase.
150 Here is the mark. The bracelet is 7 1/2" long.
PRICE 225.00 SOLD
151 Love this black and red plastic necklace from the 1960's.
152 The necklace has a spring ring, and is 35" long. In excellent condition.
153 Five little elephants march around this gold tone charm bracelet. The elephant charms are sturdy, and are three dimensional.
154 The charm bracelet has a fold over clasp and is just over 7 inches long. Green bead intersperce with the elephants.
158 Made in the 1900's, this bangle has the pull apart clasp.
PRICE 220.00 SOLD
159 This is a fine old piece of butterfly wing jewelry. The blue part is the wing, and the palm trees are painted. The silver paint at the bottom accents.
160 The pendant says England, sterling, and PI202213. The best we could come up with, is that the item was made in America about 1878 and sold in England. This would explain the absence of the British hallmarks.