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Galalith necklace in red and black by Auguste Bonaz.  Giinger Moro and I examined this piece and it is possible that it is a fake due to its non-metal clasp.  There are definite Bonaz fakes showing up though this was purchased 4 years ago.

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Auguste Bonaz cream and red galalith necklace.  The Real McCoy.

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Auguste Bonaz pins.

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French black and white galalith necklace.

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Guillemette L'Hoir galalith necklace of 2 faces.

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Googley-eyed animals.  Celluloid or plastic, early pin clasps.

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Pink lucite clamper bracelet and earrings, inset with rhienstones.

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Fat Dukie and turkey with articulated wing, both by Brad Elfrink.

His description:  The turkey is based with a brown swirled bakelite that another customer says reminds her of tigers eye, it is very pretty and works well for turkey feathers.......  It has inlays of dark red and white bakelite for feathers in the tail, yellow for feet and orange-yellow for head and neck.  I painted the turkeys "wattle" with high quality red enamel paint and it has a glass eye.  The wing is attached with a fairly stout spring and trembles, or vibrates, at a flick with your finger.  

The cat pin is made with a nice thick black bakelite as the base and then I inlaid the white markings.  As per your description......he's "roundish" and has a fat tail.  The eyes are glass with amber colored backs.

Both pins measure right at 3 inches + at their longer measurements and are nice and thick (1/4 inch or better).


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Dukie doing his "flat cat" routine.  Every morning all of the cats get combed and he likes to hang on the back of a chair.

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Reverse Carved Applejuice Bakelite Bangle with Black-Eyed Susans

Brad Elfrink description

I've been wanting to reverse carve an applejuice bangle for quite some time now, but until recently I just couldn't find the materials to work with. I did finally find a short length of uncarved applejuice bakelite bracelet tube, but I have a feeling there's not going to be much more of it turn up. SO I had to make the carving a special one. Growing up out in the country I always enjoyed seeing the huge "plots" of black eyed susans that seemed to have cropped up here and there out where we lived, so I thought they would look pretty as a reverse carving too.....and I think they do. This bangle is a very pretty piece with this inner border of yellow flowers. I sectioned the design off on the inside surface into four equal parts and then repeated the same flowers (well....not identically the same) in each section. I havn' t counted how many flowers there are exactly and ...


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Black Carved Bakelite Space Scene Bangle with Moon Faces

Brad Elfrink description

1 & 1/2 inch wide section of thick vintage black bakelite bracelet tube and shaped it into a very nice dome shape. Then I carved and inlaid four different white bakelite full moons with faces, evenly spaced around (get it? Spaced?....LOL) the bangle. Each of the moons has a different phace....oops, I mean face....and one of them has even nodded off to take a little nap. This white bakelite will eventually over much time begin to take on a soft buttery yellow or cream corn color as it oxidizes but this will occur slowly and will only enhance the appearance of this one of a kind bangle. For fun I wanted to add some more "space stuff" so I inlaid a tiny alien ufo style space ship, a little blue rocket, a shooting star and a comet. Each of these is carved from different colors of vintage bakelite and inlaid well into the surface of the bangle. The little ufo is made from a piece of red and a pie...


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Slightly swirled red carved bakelite bangle with 4 white bakelite sun faces -- each different -- surrounded with a strong yellow bakelite halo.

Another superb piece by Brad Elfrink.  I asked him to make me this to contrast with my black carved bakelite moon bracelet.


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Sleepy sun face.

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Another face with blue rhinestone eyes.

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And the final happy sun face.

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Carved Purple Bakelite Hungry Hippo Pin Running with Lunch

Brad Elfrink description

My newest pin is one of what I plan to do a series of over time, animals running off to school.  Similar in appearance to the old school rabbit pins that were produced many years ago, my animal pins will all be rushing off to school carrying books and other assorted supplies.  A while back I carved and sold the first which was a bear in red, this newest pin is a great purple hippopotamus carrying his/her favorite subject.....LUNCH!  The purple bakelite is a gorgeous vintage material that a friend located for me not too long ago, it is a deep royal purple and is 3/8 of an inch thick.  The added thickness allowed me to make the hippo very "curvaceous".  The pin measures 3 inches at the longest measurement and is a very nice piece.  The movable arm is attached by means of a screw through the back and will swing quite freely to and fro.  The white shirt, blac...


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Carved Bakelite Humpty Dumpty Pin

Brad Elfrink description

Well, no doubt we all know the familiar story of how good old Humpty Dumpty was a sittin' up on a wall and got to acting silly, lost his balance and cracked that egg head of his!  I figured his uncracked countenance might just make a pretty nifty pin for someone, so that's what my new pin portrays.....an unscrambled Humpty Dumpty sitting on a brick wall.

I was going to use another color for the old chaps egg head but figured the white would be best.  All the bakelite used in the construction of the pin is vintage stock, no new stuff or fakelite.  Th white base of the pin will eventually oxidize a bit to a soft yellow butterscotch color.  I gave H.D. a beautiful coat carved from blue moon which I inlaid and laminated into the base, a red pants and bow tie, and then there is the dark red brick wall.  The legs are attached with screws from the back so that they swing freely bac...


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THE Philadelphia bracelet.  Superb Deco style, with fins.  Apparently, the bracelet came in five colors -- this is the red one (duh...).

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Front of the bracelet.

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Back and top view.

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Opened at the hinge.

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Bakelite owl, possibly by Martha Sleeper.  Some missing paint, but isn't he cute?

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Back of owl.

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Martha Sleeper bakelite deer with leather ears.

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Dark brown with black edge Bakelite cuff bracelet in the form of a ribbon.

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Top view of the Bakelite ribbon bracelet.

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Necklace by Bjorn Weckstrom, Lapponia.  Called Kilimanjaro, this cast silver and acrylic pendant was made in both 1970 and 1974.

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Clase-up of the pendant which is 2 3/4" by 2 1/2" and 1/4 inch thick.

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Contemporary Italian plastic necklace of mccaws and bananas by Angela Caputi.

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Czech necklace with barrel clasp.

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Slightly swirled red carved bakelite bangle with 4 white bakelite sun faces -- each different -- surrounded with a strong yellow bakelite halo.

Another superb piece by Brad Elfrink.  I asked him to make me this to contrast with my black carved bakelite moon bracelet.


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Sleepy sun face.

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Another face with blue rhinestone eyes.

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And the final happy sun face.

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Bakelite penguin by Brad Elfink.

Penguin pin constructed entirely of vintage bakelite. He started with a base of nice thick black and then into that he inlaid pieces of white for the eyes and big oval tummy, yellow orange for the beak and feet, a big bright red bow tie, and then some deep dark blue for the iris part of the eyes with a tiny piece of white into each for highlights. Each piece was carved to fit into a corresponding place in the pin's body, and all of the colors should be pretty safe from much change with oxidization although the white may eventually, after several years, take on a bit of a light yellow hue.


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Carved-through black and white bangle
Brad Elfrink

There are three groupings of three flowers spaced around the bangle with white space in between that I carved in large cross hatch marks. In the pictures you can see that the inner surface is the original cream corn oxidized color, I only polished it. The white areas of the bracelet that I exposed by carving and sanding will also take on that lovely bone color in about a year and give you a very classic appearing bakelite bracelet that will make other collectors very envious. I carefully carved and polished this bracelet, intending for it to become a cherished part of your collection and an heirloom. The inner diameter of the bracelet is 2 & 9/16 inches, the walls measure just a hair under 1 & 1/4 inches and right at 3/8 of an inch thick.


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The octagon bracelet has 8 couples dancing around the perimeter of it. Each couple is cut from vintage black catalin and patiently inlaid into the surface of the octagon. There are actually 4 different dances or dance moves represented here with each duplicated once in an alternated direction ( in other words, if the move is represented the first time in the order of boy-girl, the next time it appears it is girl-boy). Now I don't know all of my classic dances but I know that there is a couple doing the charleston, another doing the jitterbug and then the other two are.....?? You tell me, I've forgotten the names.

The pink of the bracelet is a gorgeous marbled translucent which really makes it glow when back-lit. The walls measure 1 & 1/4 inches wide, a very nice 1/4 inch thick at the thinest parts and the inner diameter is 2 & 9/16 inches. The entire bangle is heavily polished although you can still see (in person) some of the oxidization of the inner surface. I inscribe...


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There are three great colors used in this pin that are all guaranteed to be genuine vintage material. I used an awesome caramel, almost root beer color for the horses head and neck, matching that to a nice black mane and then an ornate red swirled bakelite rein that I inset 6 sparkling black swarovski rhinestones into.

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Bakelite USA pin in red, white and (green), blue.

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Wonderful teal carved bakelite bracelet.  Note the intricate way the bracelet passes through the carved bakelite loop.  Possibly 1930s.

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Side view.

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Red, white and blue patriotic bakelite bangle.  Colors have oxidized, so the white is cream and the blue is almost black.  Possibly WWII-era.

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Bakelite bangles
Bruce and Vicki Pantti
Contemporary

3 bakelite bangles with dots by Bruce and Vickie Pantti.  Bruce told me the black is a rare color.  The red with white dots is marvelously marbled.


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Bakelite bangles
Bruce and Vickie Pantti
Contemporary

Wonderful shades of cream or white with turquoise dots.  You can see the oxidized color on the inside of the top bangle.


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Novelty plastic birds on card.

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Carved-through black and white bangle
Brad Elfrink

There are three groupings of three flowers spaced around the bangle with white space in between that Brad carved in large cross hatch marks. In the pictures you can see that the inner surface is the original cream corn oxidized color. The white areas of the bracelet that he exposed by carving and sanding will also take on that lovely bone color in about a year. The inner diameter of the bracelet is 2 & 9/16 inches, the walls measure just a hair under 1 & 1/4 inches and right at 3/8 of an inch thick.


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Another view of the bracelet.

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Pink marbled octagon bracelet and pin with inlaid dancers
Brad Elfrink

The octagon bracelet has 8 couples dancing around the perimeter of it. Each couple is cut from vintage black catalin and patiently inlaid into the surface of the octagon. There are actually 4 different dances or dance moves represented here with each duplicated once in an alternated direction (in other words, if the move is represented the first time in the order of boy-girl, the next time it appears it is girl-boy).

The pink of the bracelet is a gorgeous marbled translucent which really makes it glow when back-lit. The walls measure 1 & 1/4 inches wide, a very nice 1/4 inch thick at the thinest parts and the inner diameter is 2 & 9/16 inches. The entire bangle is heavily polished although you can still see (in person) some of the oxidization of the inner surface. There is a matching pin which can also be worn as a pendant.


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Another view of the bracelet.

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Bakelite horse
Brad Elfrink

There are three great colors used in this pin, an awesome caramel, almost root beer color for the horse's head and neck, matching that to a nice black mane and then an ornate red swirled bakelite rein inset with 6 sparkling black Swarovski rhinestones.


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Another view of the horse.

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Reverse painted lucite brooch with a flamingo, palm tree and sailfish.

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Carved bakelite cuff bracelet.

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Black bakelite bracelet with Emoticon smileys
Brad Elfrink

Black bakelite bracelet with 5 different marbled yellow bakelite Emoticons each hand-carved with inlaid teeth eyes and tongues.


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Maybe Smiley 1

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Smiley 2

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Really Smiley 3

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Not so Smiley 4

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Worried Smiley 5

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Elusive Blue Smokey Joe, aka Smokey Pokey, aka Devil Kitten, in his famous otter boy pose.  You can see his smile....  He and Fat Dukie are half brothers.

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Smokey Pokey with Tape -- dark gray bakelite pin
Brad Elfrink

In the otter boy pose with a piece of packing tape.  This boy is SERIOUSLY ADDICTED to tape.  When a package comes, he is groveling and begging for tape to chew.  Got to watch him as it gets swallowed....


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Bakelite bull dog pin
Brad Elfrink

Tough-guy bulldog carved of dark red bakelite with a touch of black marbling, with a black bakelite cap.


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Jack and Jill bakelite bracelet
Up the hill
Brad Elfrink

Bwwwwaaaaa!  I was so happy to win this bracelet by Brad and it is WONDERFUL!

Reverse carved and painted, apple juice bakelite cuff showing Jack and Jill on their ill-fated journey.


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Jack and Jill bakelite bracelet
The hill and well
Brad Elfrink


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Jack and Jill bakelite bracelet
At the well getting water
Brad Elfrink


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Jack and Jill bakelite bracelet
Falling down
Brad Elfrink


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Carved Bakelite Laurel and Hardy Tomatoes pin
Brad Elfrink

Marbled red bakelite with inlays of black (eyes, eyebrows and mustache) and green ("hair" stems).


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Bakelite cuff with inlaid semi-precious stones in sterling
Peter W. Jacobs

Contemporary design with vintage bakelite and components.


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A different view.

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And another.

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Fat Dukie Bakelite pin
Brad Elfrink


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Carved Bakelite -- Four Girls Picking Flowers cuff bracelet
Brad Elfrink

Totally amazing and hits a new level for Brad!  Lightly marbled blue bakelite laminated onto a marbled grass green bakelite to create a bangle.  Then four little girls picking flowers (each different) were carved and inlaid into the curved surface.  A rabbit, two butterflies, a tree, and small flowers were also inlaid.  enamel paints were used for hair, skin tones, clouds.  Bracelet wall is 1 3/8" wide and 3/8" thick.


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Girl #2

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Girl #3

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Girl #4

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Bakelite and lucite pin
Blumenthal
Circa 1940s

A rare pin attributed to Blumenthal (though unsigned) with amber-colored lucite drops and bakelite leaves.  Quite large at 4 3/4" tall.

A version with clear drops can be found in Jewels of Fantasy on page 171.


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Back of the pin.

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Bakelite floral pin
Blumenthal
Circa 1940s

According to Matt Burkholz, there was a series made by Blumenthal, of which this is one of the rarer pieces.  Petals and leaves are bakelite.  4 1/2" long.


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Bakelite sultry smiling orange
Brad Elfrink


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Bakelite ice cream sundae pin
Brad Elfrink


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Bakelite bangles -- orange, black, applejuice

Striped spacer by Brad Elfrink
Checkerboard bangle by Dan Pantti


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Bakelite spacer
Brad Elfrink

Very hard to laminate the colors together....


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Applejuice bakelite bracelet with reverse-carved clowns
Brad Elfrink


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Applejuice bakelite bracelet with reverse-carved clowns
Brad Elfrink


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Applejuice bakelite bracelet with reverse-carved clowns
Brad Elfrink


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Applejuice bakelite bracelet with reverse-carved clowns
Brad Elfrink


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Applejuice bakelite bracelet with reverse-carved clowns
Brad Elfrink


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Forbidden fruit -- lemon

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Overdyed Bakelite wolverine with articulated arm holding a sword
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Two Bakelite bangles
C. 1930s

Top: injected random dot.  Bottom: carved and laminated zig-zag.


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Celluloid WWII ring

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"Philadelphia" colored Bakelite dress clip

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Prison Rings

3 rings made from a variety of plastic pieces.  Work is intricate and really well done.


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Bakelite Philadlephia bracelet -- butterscotch color.
C. 1920s-1930s

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Side of butterscotch Philadelphia bracelet.

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Two Philadelphia bracelets

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Bakelite and wood bracelet, carved and overdyed bakelite panels.

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Bakelite stretch bracelet.

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Slash-carved overdyed butterscoth Bakelite bangle.

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Bakelite dog pin

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Most likely Fakelite.

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Smiley Bakelite bracelet
Brad Elfrink

Blue moon Bakelite with 8 different Smiley faces.


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Bakelite cactus pin
Adrian
Circa 1980s

A carved laminated Bakelite pin of a cactus in a pot.  By Florida- based Bakelite artist Adrian. He apparently made fewer than 20 pieces, no signature.  Piece shown in Karima Parry's book "Bakelite" Pins" on page 187 (where she has listed him as "Adrienne").


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Bakelite basket with fishies pin
Adrian
Circa 1980s

A carved, pierced end-of-day Bakelite basket pin with ornamental metal studs and carved Bakelite fish dangling from plastic covered cotton cord. Piece shown in Karima Parry's book "Bakelite" Pins" on page 186


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Bakelite vegetables pin
Adrian
Circa 1980s

A laminated carved Bakelite beet pin with dangling carrots and radishes hanging from cotton-covered cord. Piece shown in Karima Parry's book "Bakelite" Pins" on page 186.


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Bakelite school days pin
Adrian
Circa 1980s

An older Adrian from the "school" series, a carved Bakelite dunce cap pin with various painted school charms hung with metal rings on suspended multi-colored chains.  Piece shown in Karima Parry's book "Bakelite" Pins" on page 186.


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Bakelite black and butterscotch injected dot necklace on celluloid chain, 25" and 2-3/4" wide.

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Bakelite bowtie bangles
Bruce and Vicki Pantti

Amazing bowtie bangles with dots that are very close together in all of the colors of the rainbow.


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Bakelite butterscotch double bangle bracelet with a variety of dangly colored Bakelite balls.

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Bakelite cast carved two-color bangle bracelet
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Cast carved two-color bangle bracelets
Circa 1930s

Butterscotch and black Bakelite bangles.


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Bakelite bangles in butterscotch and black.

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Bakelite carved, resin-washed bracelet

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Bakelite, sea-themed brooch

Bakelite sea-themed brooch: compass, boat wheel, captain hat, crab claw? With half circle top inset with cork and a reverse-carved starfish.  Very rare!


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Bakelite carved and enamel painted clamper
Circa 1930s

Bakelite carved butterscotch floral clamper bracelet with red carved center flower and painted green leaves on either side.


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Bakelite carved and enamel painted clamper
Circa 1930s


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Bakelite carved and enamel painted clamper
Circa 1930s


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Two cream Bakelite bangles with red and blue inlaid dots.  From the Susan Kelner Freeman collection.

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Fluorescent orange lucite cuff bangle
Bottega Veneta
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Two cream and red Bakelite bangles
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Cream and red Bakelite checkerboard bangle
Howard Kronimus

Karen and Howard Kronimus are a daughter and father team that have been making jewelry out of old bakelite for years. Karen signs her art with "KK" and Howard signs his with HK and usually Howard put his signature slice of bakelite in a bangle that is a totally different color.  It distinguishes his work from all others.

This cream and red bangle has 2 pieces of black worked into the design which is typical of Howard Kronimus as well as the HK mark inside the Bracelet. It also looks like the Roman Numeral 7 (VII) inside.


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Red and cream Bakelite "flying saucer bangle
Howard Kronimus

Karen and Howard Kronimus are a daughter and father team that have been making jewelry out of old bakelite for years. Karen signs her art with "KK" and Howard signs his with HK and usually Howard put his signature slice of bakelite in a bangle that is a totally different color.  It distinguishes his work from all others.

There is one section of cream that is larger where a red piece would be expected to be. This is worked into the design which is typical of Howard Kronimus as well as the HK mark inside the Bracelet. It also looks like the Roman Numeral 7 (VII) inside.


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Celluloid bangle bracelet
Circa 1920s

Celluloid bracelet with enamelled cloud background and rhinestone airplanes, dark blue interior 15/16 width, very rare.


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Celluloid bangle bracelet
Circa 1920s


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Celluloid bangle bracelet
Circa 1920s

Celluloid bracelet with topaz rhinestone flowers, black enamel and clear rhinestones 5/8" width.


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Celluloid bangle bracelet
Circa 1920s

Celluloid bracelet, cream background, blue enamel diamonds and half-diamonds enameled blue w/ blue rhinestones and surrounded by clear rhinestones, 13/16" width


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Celluloid bangle bracelet
Circa 1920s

Celluloid bracelet with flowing copper enamel and pale blue and silver enamel, each inset with matching rhinestones 1/2" width


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Celluloid bangle bracelet
Circa 1920s

Celluloid bracelet, cream background, with painted chevrons and zig-zags in a variety of colors each inset with matching rhinestones 3/4" width, very rare, some replacement rhinestones.


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Celluloid bangle bracelet
Circa 1920s

Celluloid bracelet, cream background, with painted chevrons and zig-zags in a variety of colors each inset with matching rhinestones 3/4" width, very rare, some replacement rhinestones.


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Celluloid bangle bracelet
Circa 1920s

Celluloid bracelet, cream background, painted flowers, turquoise blue rhinestone edges 3/4" width


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Celluloid bangle bracelet
Circa 1920s

Celluloid bracelet, cream background, painted flowers, turquoise blue rhinestone edges 3/4" width


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Celluloid bangle bracelet
Circa 1920s

Celluloid applejuice bracelet with inset red rhinestones 9/16" width.


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Celluloid bangle bracelet
Circa 1920s

Cream celluloid with red, green and clear rhinestones.


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Celluloid bangle bracelet
Circa 1920s


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Celluloid bangle bracelet
Circa 1920s

Applejuice celluloid with rhinestones and painted decorations


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Carved red Bakelite bangle

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Red Bakelite and chrome buckle cuff

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Cream celluloid bangle with black painted designs
Deco


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Contemporary French resin French bulldog pin.

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Contemporary French resin pink pig pin.

 
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