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Date(s): March 19, 2004. Album by Cathy Gordon. 1 - 53 of 53 Total. 22045 Visits.
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I am wondering if you know who made/is the designer of piece 43?
I have a very similar piece, but the only marking on it says 'made 'n' france'.
Jessi, Sat, 17 Jan 2009 7:04PM
Forgive my ignorance.  Is this just a sharing of your collection or are these items for sale.
Thank you.
joyce, Sat, 5 Apr 2008 10:44PM
Good evening,
Id love to know the price of parure with number 43
Thanks in advance for your time
Best Regards
Heike Merz, Sat, 5 Apr 2008 11:09AM
I would like to know price of number 17??   I'm very interested thanks Judy--i'm a member of jewelry ring and Jewelry Collect
Judy Dunn, Sat, 1 Dec 2007 3:03PM
I am interested in lot 32 namely the bracelet. How much?
Kiasha Huling, Fri, 2 Nov 2007 3:54PM
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Two wrap bracelets in pristine condition using similar elements as the prior necklace/pin, but with an emphasis on different colors.  Unsigned Haskell.

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A cheerful daisy bracelet on yellow silk cord made of black and white flattened round glass beads and yellow glass bead centers, c. early 1940s.  Unsigned Haskell.

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Three wood bead bracelets c. WWII.  Top left has round wood beads strung on elastic cord with dyed wood beads in round balls.  Top right uses dyed square wood beads with larger flattened wood buttons to create a floral bouquet.  The bottom wrap bracelet has a similar floral configuration strung on red silk thread covering wire.  Unsigned Haskell.

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Clasp bracelet.

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Coral glass bead wire bracelet with elaborate cascade of coral beads, floral gilt metal and metal seed beads.  Unsigned Haskell.

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Seed pearl clamp bracelet with a wonderful decorated center of gilt metal findings, 2 large rose-colored glass beads and other glass beads and pearls.  The bracelet has a metal frame around which the pearls are wrapped.  Unsigned Haskell.

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An evening version of the prior bracelet.  Larger bead "corsages" accented by masses of pressed glass leaves and with 4 strands of yellow strung on elastic.  Unsigned Haskell.

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Hinged cuff bracelet and earrings from 1950.  Ornaments of silvered filigree, rose pate de verre, baroque pearls and roses montees.  See Cera pg. 103 for a similar bracelet.  Signed Haskell.

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Baroque pearl bracelet ending in a large gilt metal flower clasp, c. 1950s.  Signed Haskell.

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Two bracelets from this design, with the top probably the evening version.  Signed Haskell.

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Matching bracelet to red tassle necklace.  Unsigned Haskell.

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Huge "barrel" bracelet of green glass beads, elaborate gilt metal beads and large rhinestones shaped into balls. Robert Clark is the designer based on its size and structure. Signed with a two-sided hangtag.

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Slide clasp bangle bracelet from the King Tut series, c. 1978.  Signed Haskell.

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Necklace and bracelet of cabochon and rose cut Bohemian garnets, low karat metal, circa 1900.  See 100 Years of Collectible Costume Jewelry, Lillian Baker, 1991 ed pg 29 and 30.

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Dragon bracelet and sash pin with topaz glass.

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Enameled Link Bracelet
Austria, circa 1935

Blue, green and red enameled copper, carre-cut glass paste stones imitating jade and carnelian, rhinestones, length 6 3/4 inches, Signed Made in Austria.

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Side view of Trifari bracelet.

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Los Ballesteros bracelet.

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1933 Chicago Exposition tourist bracelet

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Two patriotic bracelets--one in silver metal, the other in gold tone

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Bakelite bracelets inset with rhinestones--Dan and Penny Lains

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Schultz bakelite bangles.

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With reclining nude figure.

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Mazer deco basketweave bracelet, fur clip and earrings in red, blue and clear.  Gold wash over sterling. Marked Mazer Sterling.

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Wonderful Mazer moonstone bracelet and pin.  Signed Mazer.

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Glorious Czech bracelet over 2 inches wide with multi-colored glass cabs and painted metal flowers.  Very interesting pin clasp.

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Two Czech bracelets--gilt metal and red glass stones.  No signature marks.  Bracelet on right is shaped to fit the wrist.

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2 lucite fruit bracelets.  Both signed Napier.

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Peach pits and gold-tone leaves.  Signed Napier.

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Haskell snake chain bracelet with enamel leaf and glass fruits.

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Rebajes sterling from The Kiss series:  pin, large bracelet, detailed link bracelet.  All signed Rebajes sterling.

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Seahorse bracelet and two critters in shades of coral and turquoise.  Bracelet has wonderful enameling resembling scales.  All marked Hattie Carnegie.

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Los Castillo holloware bracelet, measuring 2 1/4" wide.

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Pre-eagle Los Castillo sterling cuff bracelet.

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Top bracelet is blue enamel and sterling designed by Margot de Taxco.  Middle bracelet is enamel and sterling with a fish motif (anonymous Taxco designer).  Bottom bracelet is heavy sterling and unsigned.

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Unsigned Taxco bracelet and earrings of sterling and jade.

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Coppola e Toppo crystal bead cuff bracelet in shades of blue and lavender.

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Coppola e Toppo 5 row bracelet in different shades of red glass crystal beads.

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Coppola e Toppo cuff bracelet in blue crystals shading to white.  The bracelet is made to look like a shirt cuff and worn with the clasp facing out.

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Ram's head cuff bracelet of silver-tone metal with a group of glass and metal charms hanging from a ring.  Signed Napier.  Interior metal has slight wear.

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Glass heads of 4 different people: man with bowler, man with fedora, cavalier, coolie.  Signed Napier.  Couple of very slight cracks in glass finish.

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Egyptian theme charm bracelet, front view.  Silver-tone metal with elaborate silver and glass charms.  Signed Napier.

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French brass and plastic seahorse parure.

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French bracelet and dress clip of large blue glass "bubble" beads set in gold-tone mesh.

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Rousselet glass pearl bead bracelet.

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Chanel gilt metal bangles.  The top bracelet is twisted metal set with sculpted ram's head terminals.  The bottom bracelet is a twisted wire band with rams head terminals and a cushion molten green glass segment.  Both circa 1965.

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Prototype of bracelet that was custom made for Helena Rubenstein in Paris in the late 50s.  Bracelet is silver and studded with emerald, sapphire and ruby cabochons as well as moonstones and agates from Sri Lanka and Thailand.  It is quite wide, measuring over 3" across and 1" high.  Unfortunately, I can't get the stone color as true as I would like--the center stone is quite green.

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Selro devil bracelet with alternating heads and horns.

It has both light pink and amethyst colored stones.  I think the amethyst stones are correct and the pink ones are replacements.  Anyone know?

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Close-up showing the pin stone on the left horm and the amethyst-colored one on the right.

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Austrian 900 sterling repousee link bracelet.

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Austrian mark in use after 1922.  Roger, even with his eyesight problems figured this out.  The mark is about the size of a pinhead.  Look at the next picture and you can see what it is supposed to look like.

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OK, this is what it "should" look like....

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Peking glass and enameled link bracelet.

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