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    Vintage plastic bead necklace in blue & cream
    Blue & cream 'carved' Galalith necklace
    USD$195.00

    Blue & Cream Carved Galalith Necklace

    Vintage plastic bead necklaces like this one were very popular in the Art Deco era. The beads were molded to simulate carving. What sets this 1930s necklace apart is the colors – dark blue on cream. This combination and the design are lovely and striking, and the different shapes of the beads add interest. Even the screw-in clasp forms a bead. I’m not sure what type of early plastic this piece is (possibly Galalith, the French equivalent of Bakelite) – it’s light, wonderful, and fun-to-wear in any case. This item is no longer available.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
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    Necklace with blue beads & crystal disks
    1920s necklace with lapis-glass beads & crystal disks
    USD$275.00

    Blue Bead & Crystal Art Deco Necklace

    This necklace has cone-shaped lapis-glass beads with crystal disk centers alternating with small, round lapis-glass-beads flanked by a crystal disk on each end. This necklace, which closes with a spring-ring clasp, has just been restrung professionally. It is perfect for round necklines and women who look best in cool colors. Scroll down to see a selection of coordinating Art Deco earrings and bracelets.
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
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    1920s beaded necklace with fringe
    Blue bead & brass Art Deco necklace
    USD$195.00

    Blue Bead 1920s Fringe Necklace

    This 1920s beaded necklace has clusters of blue opaque-glass beads dangling from rectangular brass links. This fun Art Deco jewel has lots of movement and is great for casual and office wear. This necklace closes with a spring-ring clasp. It’s perfect for a round or scooped neckline, and a woman who looks best in cool colors.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
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    Vintage glass bead necklace in shades of blue with rings
    Blue bead & glass ring Art Deco necklace
    USD$425.00

    Blue Blown Glass Bead Necklace with Rings

    This vintage glass bead necklace has clusters of blown-glass beads in shades of blue wound together with wire and linked with clear glass rings. Although the spring-ring clasp doesn’t provide a clue to the necklace’s origin, I believe it was made in Europe. This piece was recently restrung by my expert jeweler. This wreath-like jewel from my personal collection is a lovely topping to a round-neck garment and the perfect colors for women who dress in a cool palette. Although this necklace is no longer available, a similar one with pink-glass beads is – scroll down to see it.
    USD$425.00
    USD$425.00
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    Trifari dress clip with blue chalcedony & moonstone fruit salads
    Close-up view of center of maple leaf clip
    USD$295.00

    Blue Chalcedony & Moonstone Fruit Salad Trifari Dress Clip

    This Trifari dress clip is a 1941 Alfred Philippe design. It features fruit salads in translucent blue chalcedony and moonstone, surrounded by diamanté in a rhodium-plated setting. This graceful, beautifully-detailed piece is shaped like a maple leaf. You can wear it as a brooch – the hinged, double-prong fastener works well with weighty fabrics. Or wear the clip as a pendant. The third photo shows this piece attached to a sterling chain (which is not included with the clip) – I wanted you to see how lovely this combination looks.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
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    1920s blue chalcedony teardrop earrings
    Art Deco chalcedony pendants
    USD$295.00

    Blue Chalcedony Teardrop Earrings

    These blue chalcedony teardrop earrings feature blue-purple (glass?) stones suspended from silver chains. These 1920s Art Deco pendants are from my personal collection. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling silver ear wires with lever backs for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. This stone isn’t easy to find. These versatile earrings are simply elegant!
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
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    USD$295.00

    Blue Glass Bead 8-Strand 1950s Necklace by Hattie Carnegie

    This 1950s 8-strand necklace by Hattie Carnegie with faceted glass beads in two shades of blue is always in style. The ornate leaf-shaped, gold-plated clasp is a work of art, with layers of flowers and leaves, embellished with a faux pearl, blue-glass stones and a dangling bead in the same color. Even the back of the leaf has veins — another indication of Carnegie's quality and attention to detail. You can twist the strands for a torsade or wear them straight for a longer look. In either case, I would wear the clasp in front.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
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    Blue glass bead necklace from 1920s France
    Blue frosted-glass bead Art Deco necklace
    USD$195.00

    Blue Glass Bead Necklace from France

    This frosted blue glass bead necklace has gold-tone metal-disk spacers strung on chain. This elegant and versatile 1920s French Art Deco piece closes with a bee-hive-shaped, screw-in clasp. The beads are unusual, and the look is classic. A lovely design for round necklines, and a great hue for women who like to wear cool colors.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
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    USD$275.00

    Blue Topaz, Ruby, Diamanté & Vermeil Sterling 1940s Brooch by Adolph Katz for Coro

    This Adolph Katz-designed brooch is a stunning example of the Retro Modern style and the pieces created for Coro's high-end line in the 1940s. The vermeil-sterling-silver center looks like folds of a fabric with pavé-trimmed white metal at each end. The same trim is wound around the center. From there emanate two boughs of faceted, oval blue-topaz glass flowers with round ruby-glass accents. The pin closes with a fold-over safety clasp. This delicious brooch was advertised in the February 1, 1946 issue of Vogue.
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
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    USD$185.00

    Brass Filigree 2-Strand Art Deco Necklace

    This Art Deco necklace with filigree plaques and links is brass with a warm gold-tone. Probably European in origin, this lovely and versatile necklace closes with a spring-ring clasp. A piece like this one goes with nearly everything!
    USD$185.00
    USD$185.00
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    USD$295.00

    Brown & Golden Topaz & Gold Scroll Bracelet by Elsa Schiaparelli

    This 1950s bracelet by Elsa Schiaparelli features nine links of gold-plated metal scrolls. The larger links are each set with an open-back, faceted, emerald-cut brown-topaz glass stone, with pairs of diamanté accents on each side. The smaller connecting links are each set with a faceted, round golden-topaz-glass stone. As usual with Schiaparelli pieces, the design is finely detailed. Here, the scrolls are at the top and bottom of the large stones and at the sides of the smaller ones. This classic piece has a fold-over clasp with safety chain. The matching pendant earrings are available – scroll down to see them.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
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    USD$250.00

    Brown Bead & Chrome German Machine Age Necklace

    This German Machine Age necklace with balls of chocolate-brown glass and chrome, rectangular bars of chocolate plastic with chrome ends, and chrome links looks like the work of Jakob Bengel.  This piece is smaller and more delicate in scale than most of his necklaces. This piece closes with a spring-ring clasp.
    USD$250.00
    USD$250.00
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    Hattie Carnegie earrings with brown topaz, citrine & gold pendants
    1950s pendant earrings by Hattie Carnegie
    USD$185.00

    Brown Topaz, Citrine & Gold Hattie Carnegie Earrings

    These Hattie Carnegie earrings feature a large oval, faceted brown-topaz glass stone as the focal point. Each end of the pendant is completed with a gold-filigree cap set with a single diamanté, along with a dangling citrine glass bead at the bottom. Designed to adorn the earlobe is a cluster of a trio of faceted, brown-topaz glass beads coated with aurora borealis, that sit in textured gold-tone cups. Each bead is topped with a single tiny diamanté. These beautiful and richly-detailed 1950s ear clips would make a wonderful addition to your jewelry wardrobe, even if your birthday isn’t in November. They’re perfect for a woman who looks best in warm colors. Although this item is no longer available, you may like a similar pair of earrings by Elsa Schiaparelli – scroll down to see them and the matching bracelet.
    USD$185.00
    USD$185.00
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    Green & white beaded sautoir
    Close-up of beads and metal links
    USD$395.00

    Camphor Glass & Chrysoprase Bead Sautoir

    The slender, barrel-shaped beads in this camphor glass necklace are flanked by small, round chrysoprase beads. Each trio is connected with tubular white-metal links that form a Y. At the bottom is an inverted V-shaped white-metal element that is embellished with marcasites and that holds five rows of fringe. This lovely 1920s sautoir is lightweight. It closes with a box clasp and safety catch. This wonderful Art Deco jewel – which I believe originated in Europe – is from my personal collection. Scroll down to see the perfect earrings to wear with this jewel.
    USD$395.00
    USD$395.00
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    Wachenheimer Bros.' carnelian & sterling bracelet
    USD$345.00

    Carnelian Bracelet in Sterling by Wachenheimer Bros.

    This vintage carnelian bracelet features six round, polished stones prong-set on round, open-back frames. In between each is a decorative link with a smaller stone. The setting is sterling silver. This piece was part of the company’s Wachenheimer Real Stone Jewelry line introduced in the late-1920s. The style is quite a departure from their Diamonbar pieces but no less lovely. This bracelet, which closes with a concealed clasp, was part of my personal collection. Carnelian is a rich, warm, and versatile color. Scroll down to see a German-made carnelian bracelet from the same era.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
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    USD$195.00

    Carnelian German Art Deco Drop Earrings

    Three carnelian beads are connected by a delicate chain in these 1920s Art Deco drop earrings from Germany. The construction and materials are typical of German workmanship of the era. The original screw-backs were signed "STERLING GERMANY" and were converted to sterling posts for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. These earrings were part of my personal collection. I have two Art Deco carnelian bracelets, also from Germany, that coordinate well with this piece. You could also wear these earrings with Art Deco pieces that feature stones in addition to carnelian – scroll down to see a selection.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
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    Vintage carnelian earrings in German Art Deco design
    Carnelian ring German Art Deco earrings
    USD$395.00

    Carnelian Ring German 1920s Earrings

    These vintage carnelian earrings feature rings and beads suspended from sterling silver chain. At 3 1/8” in length, these fabulous German Art Deco creations are fun to wear. I love the way the chain goes around the rings. This "life-saver" motif was popular in 1920s jewelry. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling silver posts for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. These earrings are from my personal collection. Carnelian is a beautiful and versatile color for women who look best in warm hues. Scroll down to see two complimentary bracelets – one is German-made.
    USD$395.00
    USD$395.00
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    USD$425.00

    Carnelian, Crystal & Diamanté Art Deco Necklace

    Three square carnelian stones set at a 45-degree angle are held in place with diamanté-encrusted  leaves in this extraordinary Art Deco necklace. Collet-set crystal stones finish the piece. The metal may be sterling silver, but only the spring-ring clasp is marked. The high quality of the design and construction of this fabulous necklace is readily apparent. This piece is from my personal collection. Scroll down to see carnelian earrings and a bracelet to wear with this necklace.
    USD$425.00
    USD$425.00
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    USD$395.00

    Carnelian, Crystal & Sterling German Art Deco Earrings

    These stunning carnelian, crystal and sterling silver earrings epitomize the high-quality design and construction of Art Deco pieces from Germany. The faceted stones, which may be glass, are set into substantial frames. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling silver posts by my expert jeweler because these earrings were part of my personal collection. You will be hard-pressed to find this style and quality elsewhere.  The matching bracelet is available.
    USD$395.00
    USD$395.00
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    USD$895.00

    Carnelian, Crystal & Sterling German Bracelet

    This German Art Deco bracelet from my personal collection is one of the most spectacular pieces I've ever had! It has double rows of faceted, oblong carnelian stones separated by triple rows of faceted, oblong crystals. Because substantial sterling silver frames hold the stones (which may be glass), this bracelet has a double concealed clasp with safety chain. Carnelian is a beautiful color for women who look best in warm hues. A striking and extraordinary piece, this jewel definitely makes a statement!
    USD$895.00
    USD$895.00
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    Jade and pearl necklace with carnelian beads
    Carnelian, jade & pearl Art Deco necklace
    USD$195.00

    Carnelian, Jade & Pearl French Art Deco Necklace

    The beads in this jade and pearl necklace are flanked by beads of carnelian glass in chrome cups. The green and caramel were a popular color combination in the Art Deco era, when this piece was made in France. Large flat chrome links complete the length, which closes with a decorative screw-barrel clasp. This well-made necklace is a bit longer than most from the 1920s. Depending on which color you want to emphasize, you could wear jade or carnelian Art Deco earrings (or your own pearl studs) with this versatile necklace. Scroll down to see some options.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
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    Carnelian bracelet w/onyx & marcasites in sterling
    Carnelian, onyx & marcasite bracelet in sterling
    USD$345.00

    Carnelian, Onyx, Marcasite & Sterling German Bracelet

    This carnelian bracelet has faceted glass stones set in rectangular panels. Each is outlined with alternating faux onyx and marcasites. Even the connecting links are adorned. This sterling silver piece is an excellent example of high-quality German craftsmanship of the 1920s-1930s. Based on its width, I'm dating this jewel to the 1920s, when bracelets were narrow and often worn in multiples. This piece has a concealed clasp with a safety catch and was part of my personal collection.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
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    USD$295.00

    Chalcedony & Sterling German Art Deco Bracelet

    Chalcedony (glass?) rectangular stones set in sterling silver form this lovely German Art Deco bracelet from my personal collection. This piece closes with a hidden, tongue-in-groove clasp. Even if this bracelet weren't marked, its fine design and construction tell me its origin. This blue-purple stone is hard to find.  Scroll down to see earrings with stones in a similar shade.  
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
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    Chalcedony Art Deco Drop Earrings
    Chalcedony Art Deco Drop Earrings
    USD$185.00

    Chalcedony Art Deco Drop Earrings

    These timeless Art Deco earrings feature faceted chalcedony glass drops with a square chalcedony glass stone at the earlobe. These all original earrings have screw-backs that could be converted to posts for pierced ears by an expert jeweler. I have another pair of Art Deco chalcedony earrings that have already been converted – scroll down to see them.
    USD$185.00
    USD$185.00