Four faceted deep-amethyst-glass stones set in sterling silver frames are linked with oval panels in this lovely 1920s Art Deco bracelet. It closes with a hook. You can wear this bracelet with many of my Art Deco amethyst earrings and bracelets – scroll down to see a selection.
Faceted, long amethyst glass stones are separated by trios of faceted crystals collet-set in decorative mounts in this classic 1920s Art Deco necklace. The stones are all open-back to allow for the maximum reflection of light. The settings for the three crystals closest to the spring-ring clasp have plain edges – they were added to lengthen the original 14.5 inch necklace. This necklace may be sterling, but it is unmarked (except for the clasp). The gorgeous necklace was part of my personal collection. You can wear this lovely piece with several of my Art Deco earrings and bracelets – scroll down to see a selection.
This 1920s necklace of faceted amethyst glass beads never goes out of style. It has been professionally restrung without a clasp, has substantial weight and was designed to be worn as a single long (31") strand. As an alternative, the third photo shows the necklace worn doubled, with the aid of a device called a pearl extender clasp (shown in the fourth photo), which I will include with this piece. This necklace looks fabulous with my Amethyst & Crystal Bead Art Deco Necklace, which is also weighty, shown in the last photo. You could wear one or both necklaces with any of my amethyst Art Deco bracelets – scroll down to see a selection.
This 1920s-1930s Art Deco necklace of square-cut faceted amethyst glass stones set in silver-tone frames with a delicate chain is probably sterling, but it is unmarked. It closes with a filigree fish-hook clasp. Please note that the color saturation of the crystals is even ― any differences in the photos are due to lighting. This necklace looks lovely with several of my Art Deco amethyst earrings and bracelets – scroll down to take a look.
This charming 1920s Art Deco necklace features seven amethyst molded glass plaques, with the last forming a drop from an amethyst glass bead flanked by tiny pearls. The delicate paper-clip chain was very popular during this era. This necklace closes with a spring-ring clasp. Scroll down to see amethyst Art Deco bracelets to wear with this piece.
Faceted pale-amethyst-glass teardrops with silver-tone filigree caps are the focal point of these stunning and elegant 1920s Art Deco earrings. A faceted diamanté sits at the ear lobe, and tiny pale amethyst glass and crystal stones as well as marcasites dot the space in between. The only flaw in these long and hard-to-find earrings is that the tiny stones are different in each earring, but who cares? In my opinion, it's the pale amethyst drop that counts! These screw-back earrings can be modified for pierced ears. You could wear these earrings with several of my amethyst Art Deco bracelets and necklaces – scroll down to see them.
A large, faceted amethyst-glass briolette is at each end of this silver-tone paper-clip chain 1920s Art Deco lariat necklace without a clasp. You can tie it at any length and wear the briolettes the same length or one longer than the other. You can even tie this necklace in the back and have the briolettes accentuate a low-cut neckline in the back, which was typically done in the 1920s. The briolettes on this versatile piece have substantial weight and are gorgeous! This simple, yet elegant necklace coordinates beautifully with several of my other amethyst Art Deco earrings and bracelets – scroll down to see a selection.
This 1920s necklace of alternating amethyst glass and crystal beads was designed to compliment the long-waisted, slim flapper silhouette but is equally fashionable today. This substantial piece has just been professionally restrung with knots and no clasp. Although the necklace was designed to be worn as a single long (35") strand, you can wear it doubled if you you have a slim neck. A pearl extender clasp (see the seventh photo), which makes the doubling possible, will be included with this necklace. This piece looks great with my Amethyst Bead Long Art Deco Necklace, also weighty, as shown in the last photo. Scroll down to see a selection of coordinating bracelets and earrings.
Amethyst glass in triangle-shaped mounds are mounted on silver-tone frames in this amazing 1920s Art Deco necklace. The stones are rounded at the top and open-backed. This stunning, glowing piece closes with a spring-ring clasp. Although the clasp is marked "sterling" and "Ger", the frames are unmarked. This necklace may be German in origin. This piece is lovely with several of my amethyst Art Deco earrings and bracelets – scroll down to see a selection.
Faceted amethyst glass stones with faux pearl accents adorn the silver-tone paper-clip chain on these stunning 1920s Art Deco earrings. They are the epitome of the era's glamour and style, yet remain modern and classic. These earrings, which are all-original screw-backs, are longer than usual. They can be modified for pierced ears. These earrings look wonderful with many of my amethyst Art Deco bracelets and necklaces – scroll down to see a selection.
This dainty 1920s Art Deco pendant with matching earrings features faceted, princess-cut amethyst glass stones mounted in a light-weight, chromium- or rhodium-plated setting with filigree accents. The necklace has a paper-clip chain with an old-fashioned filigree clasp. The earrings are all-original screw-backs, but they can be modified for pierced ears. Pick an Art Deco amethyst bracelet to complete the look – scroll down to see examples.
This 1950s milk-glass-beaded triple-row wrap bracelet has round faux-mother-of-pearl plagues on each end decorated with brass filigree and flowers of tiny milk glass beads and diamanté. This lovely wire bracelet is probably from Japan, which produced a lot of very nice costume jewelry for export to the U.S. in the 1950s. This bracelet coordinates well with other milk-glass pieces from the same decade — scroll down to see them.
This diamanté and sterling silver Art Deco line bracelet by Dorsons takes the line bracelet design one step further. Square-cut diamanté channel-set in rhodium-plated sterling silver are enhanced with two squares of baguettes. This well-made bracelet with excellent articulation has a hidden tongue-in-groove clasp. Pieces with all clear rhinestones are really hard to photograph, and this one is no exception. All stones are clear and bright, and the overall effect is much brighter than my photos.
A large aquamarine glass stone forms the center of the flower on each panel of this 1940s sterling silver bracelet by Hobé. Even the links between the panels are decorated with small flowers. The bracelet has a fold-over clasp. The same floral motif can be found in several of my brooches (some with matching earrings) by the same maker -- scroll down to see them.
Faceted emerald rhinestones set in rose gold-plated sterling silver and accented with pavé scroll links form this 1940s Retro Modern bracelet designed by Adolph Katz for Coro's high-end line. The bracelet has a fold-over clasp with attached safety chain.