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Sterling Jewelry

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All items are in excellent condition unless otherwise noted.


Item: SterlingSilver 2

I just love this thing, it is what I call a sterling Mexican slinky. Marked 925 and Mexico. The stones on the ends are in good shape, and the bracelet itself is sturdy and in excellent condition.

One stone is round, 8mm across. The other stone is rectangular and is 10mm X 12mm. This one will fit a larger wrist, as the opening is 2 3/4" across. It is light to wear and flexible.

Price: SOLD


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Item: SterlingSilver 3

Here is a great little dancer chatelaine. These sterling pins appear to be jesters of some sort, and they are flying high. The pins are each 2 1/4" high and the set is in excellent condition.

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Price: $ 60.00


Item: SterlingSilver 4

This sterling bow looks so much like the Hobe sterling pieces. It is marked sterling on the back. The brooch is 2 1/2" across and in wonderful condition.

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Price: $ 20.00


  Item: Uns 32

These little earrings are marked STERLING on the ear back screws. They are great little earrings, they remind me of conchos on a saddle. There are no dents in the earring domes.

Price: $ 20.00


Item: Designer 2

REJA sterling bow. The bow has one perfect aqua stone in the center, and has the pierced bow design on the large bow. A gold wash over the whole pin. The center stone is an incredible 1 7/8" across. The pin could stand cleaning, but rather than damage the patina, I will leave that to the new owner. The safety mechanism has been repaired.

Price: $ 200.00


 

Item: Des Neck 2

This wonderful sterling necklace was made by PAUL LOBEL the father of modernist jewelry. Paul Lobel was born in Romania, and raised in America.  He was a commercial artist, designing furniture, sculpture, and flatware. He graduated to jewelry and opened his shop in 1944 in Greenwich Village, NY.

The glass ball, (not rock crystal) is just under 3/4" wide.  There is one flea bite on the ball, and two small marks inside the glass ball.  It moves freely in it's container. Wearable length is 16 1/2" long.

Price SOLD   Second View


  Item: Sterling Silver 5

STERLING AND TP-259 are the marks on this wonderful Taxco silver pin. This is Mexican silver probably done in the 80s. Aren't those fish adorable? They will look great swimming on your garment. There are three fish and a starfish on the bottom of the pin. They swim among seaweed fronds. The pin is 1 1/2" wide and 2 1/8" long.

Price: $ 85.00


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