8 Not quite sure what this flower is...but it looks like a dandelion. Hooray, flower identified. It is a thistle. This is goofus glass. The flowers are reverse carved into the glass. "thistle" View Comments...
9 Here you can see the C clasp. The brooch is just over 1 1/4" and it is in fine shape. The flowers are painted into the carving, and the glass is set into an open backed silver tone frame.
10 This is such a nice brooch. It is a tiger lilly, and it is in great shape. The enamel is all good except for some tiny loss in the brown stem. It looks like some green enamel is gone, but it isn't. The gold has come over the green.
11 The whole brooch is in fantastic condition, and is not marked. The brooch is 3 1/2" by 2 3/4".
40 A book piece. This 1960's brooch/pendant is large. He is 4" from the top of his head, to the bottom of the fringe. Excellent condition.
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41 Here is a gorgeous ruby throated crane. Well, I think it is. It is 3" tall, and in mint condition.
42 This is one gorgeous citrine colored brooch. It may be Juliana, but I'm not sure. it has all the attributes.
43 This photo is a better photo of the lemon color. The stones are large....3/4" long. The other stones are an AB chaton, and some moonglow, pearly white cabachons.
44 Here is the back so that you might decide it this is a Juliana brooch. It is 2 1/4" across and in excellent condition.
45 I think this little guy is missing his bottom half. He has a hook on the back that probably held the lower half. He is in great shape other than that. :) He is 1 1/2 " across, and I think he should be half off. So he is.
46 Do you have a Scotty dog? If not...here is your chance. This little guy is sweet.
He has a black and white enamel coat on, and sapphire eyes, and he is mint.
He is almost 2 inches across.
47 This guy is sooooo cute! He is a leopard. He is a brooch, and.....he is a sculpture. He stands alone as an interesting piece of art.
48 Showing his belly, and the pin stem.
49 He is 4 1/4" long and stands 1 1/2" off the table.
50 He has an emerald color eye. All the stones sparkle, no dead stones here.
51 This is a really nice chatelaine that is vintage. The metal is brass, and the black cabs are resin. The main drop part hangs 2 1/4" and the center chain is 5" long.
52 This piece is poured glass, and the design is a floral spray. The glass is a cobalt blue with rhinestone centers, and one flower has a pearl center.
53 The design is a floral spray design, and the cobalt glass is open backed, so plenty of light shines through it to make it stand out. Take a look at the photo showing the brooch from the side....you can see how dimensional it is.
54 This brooch is quite substantial, and it is large. It measures just over 4" tall, and it is 2 1/2" wide at the top.
The metal is a gold color, but I'm not sure of the content of the metal. It looks to be gold washed sterling, but I don't think it is. Might be pot metal, or even a fine brass. I have no way to test it here. It is in good shape though, I see no wear to it.
The brooch is in excellent condition, and you will be pleased with this one.
55 This photo doesn't do this little cable car or trolley justice. It really sparkles.
56 Looks like the real thing. It is only 1 1/4" long, but it has all the parts. Even the trolley wheels.
57 This is an unsigned piece.
58 I just finished re stoning this darling little blue bird brooch.
59 The brooch is pot metal, and the stones are sapphire, light sapphire, rose, and light amethyst.
60 The sapphire bird bodies are synthetic sapphires that I recently acquired from an estate. The stones test on the Persidium gem tester in the high topaz, and low sapphire range.
61 The brooch is about 2 1/2" across. There are no designer marks on the brooch. This one is an unsigned beauty.