Emerald rhinestone baguettes emanate from a clear pavé center in these classic 1950s earrings by Hattie Carnegie. The setting is rhodium plated with the original clip-backs. These earrings coordinate beautifully with my Emerald & Diamanté Sunburst Post-war Brooch, also by Hattie, and with a similar brooch by Reinad from the same era. These classics never go out of style and always look gorgeous wherever you wear them. Scroll down to see these brooches and other pieces you can wear with these earrings.
Whether Deweesis the name of the company or their trademark, I can't be sure. But the answer doesn't really matter because this 1940s fur clip is beautiful in design and construction. Faceted emerald-cut and round emerald glass stones are set in rhodium-plated sterling silver, in contrast to the pavé on the rest of the piece. You can wear it on the shoulder or lapel of a jacket, on the shoulder of a dress or sweater, and on a hat or a scarf. Scroll down to see a selection of coordinating pieces.
Rays of emerald rhinestone baguettes emanating from a pavé center are joined by clear rhinestones in this 1950s sunburst brooch by Hattie Carnegie. The setting is rhodium plated with a roll-over safety clasp. The design is classic! In fact, Hattie made a pair of earrings with the same motif a few years later. Scroll down to see them and a bracelet by another maker that looks great with this brooch.
Layers of emerald rhinestone and diamanté baguette rays radiate from the domed pavé center of this sparkling 1950s brooch by Reinad. The setting is rhodium-plated with a roll-over safety clasp. Reinad pieces are well made and hard to find. You can wear this brooch with a pair of earrings by Hattie Carnegie that have a similar design. Scroll down to see them and a coordinating bracelet.
Links with four emerald-glass chatons alternate with links of three diamanté in this high-quality 1950s bracelet. The color combination and construction are superb. The setting is rhodium-plated base metal, which closes with a hidden tongue-in-grove clasp and safety chain. Scroll down to see some great pairs of earrings to wear with this lovely bracelet.
A double silver-tone chain connects a faceted, rich ruby-glass three-dimensional stone to a prong-set square-cut small ruby glass stone in these lively and extra-long Art Deco earrings. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling silver lever-backs for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. Ruby Art Deco pendant earrings are a jewelry wardrobe essential!
Round sapphire-glass stones in open-back decorative silver-tone settings and suspended from a delicate chain form these versatile and easy-to-wear Art Deco earrings. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling silver lever-backs for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. These earrings coordinate beautifully with several of my other sapphire Art Deco pieces — scroll down to see a selection. If you don't have pierced earrings, I have sapphire dangling Art Deco earrings with their original screw-backs — scroll down to see them as well.
The delicate black-and-white-enamel-flower accents add style to these 1920s Art Deco pendant earrings with oval onyx-glass stones at the bottom and round ones designed to sit at the earlobe. These all original screw-back earrings, which are possibly Czech in origin, can be modified for pierced ears. Scroll down to see a necklace adorned with onyx glass and black-and-white enamel as well as other coordinating pieces for these versatile earrings.
A cluster of sapphire, onyx, citrine and chartreuse glass beads form these clip-back earrings by Hattie Carnegie. This vibrant and unique 1950s color combination is set in gold-tone metal. These colorful earrings are a versatile addition to any jewelry wardrobe. They remind me of colors worn in the early episodes of Mad Men.