This classic and well-made 1920s-1930s Art Deco chicklet necklace features square-cut faceted citrine glass stones set in sterling silver frames with a spring-ring clasp. I have citrine earrings and bracelets that look great with the shade of citrine in this necklace – scroll down to take a look.
Four faceted citrine-glass stones in decorative settings form the centrepiece of this well-made Art Deco bracelet by Wells. Sterling silver filigree links complete the piece. The detail on the front and back of this bracelet is extraordinary. The links that hold the panels together give it a bit of a Machine Age-feel and enhance the articulation of the piece. This bracelet closes with a tongue-in-grove clasp. Scroll down to see Art Deco necklaces and earrings in similar shades of citrine that look great with this bracelet.
These classy 1920s Art Deco earrings are fashioned from faceted citrine-glass stones shaped like gumdrops, which are suspended from citrine glass beads and a matching stone set in silver-tone metal. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling lever-backs for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. If you don't have pierced ears and are looking for Art Deco citrine earrings with screw-backs, scroll down to see what I have available. Included are Art Deco necklaces and bracelets in shades of citrine that look great with these earrings.
This blue and green glass bead 1950s necklace is another example of Hattie Carnegie's extraordinary flare with beads. Here most beads are bi-color. The shapes and sizes vary, and the predominant colors are interspersed with white and clear beads and clear crystal spacers. This necklace has substantial weight and an adjustable hook-and-tail clasp.
Molded sugar-loaf lapis glass stones set in silver-tone frames alternate with silver-tone triangular plaques in this 1920s Art Deco necklace. With its pyramid motif, this piece is a great example of the period's fascination with all things Egyptian. This necklace, which closes with a spring-ring clasp, was in my personal collection. Scroll down to see a coordinating Art Deco bracelet.
Cobalt-blue glass tubes and chrome balls dangle from this Art Deco fringe necklace. The chrome links have a Machine-Age feel. Possibly French, this piece has lots of movement! This chrome necklace, which closes with an old style spring-ring clasp, was part of my personal collection. I am reluctantly offering it to a new home.
This late-1950s gold-plated metal and glass bead pineapple bib necklace illustrates a typical Carnegie theme — flora — with a clever combination of materials. Gold-tone pineapples along with black and carnelian glass beads hang from the gold-tone collar, which closes with a tongue-in-groove clasp that disappears into a pineapple.