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  • Sterling silver filigree bracelet with sapphire & diamanté
    Granbery Art Deco sterling filigree bracelet
    $ 245

    Sapphire, Diamanté & Sterling Filigree Art Deco Bracelet by Granbery

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    This sterling silver filigree bracelet by Granbery is a fine example of a style that was very popular in the 1920s. With its sapphire-glass baguettes and diamanté accents, this piece has the same construction and appearance as its fine jewelry counterpart. The excellent articulation and clasp with safety catch are the hallmarks of high-quality. Although one of the baguettes has a small surface chip, my expert jeweler has confirmed that the stone is firmly set. The bracelet looks perfect when worn. Granbery advertised their flexible bracelets in the June 1925 issue of The Keystone, a jewelry trade publication. Scroll down to see a selection of sapphire Art Deco necklaces and earrings to wear with this lovely piece.
    $ 245
    $ 245
  • Vintage bangle bracelet in sapphire & diamanté
    Art Deco sterling bangle
    $ 295

    Sapphire, Diamanté & Sterling Vintage Bangle Bracelet

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    This vintage bangle bracelet is one of the first pieces I bought for myself when I started collecting only Art Deco jewels. It features three square sapphire glass stones alternating with three diamanté, all channel-set in sterling silver. This bracelet closes with a concealed clasp and safety chain. This narrow bracelet can be worn on its own or paired with others from the era. This piece is as versatile as they come and as chic today as it was when it was made in the 1920s. Scroll down to see several lovely coordinating pieces.
    $ 295
    $ 295
  • Hattie Carnegie earrings with citrine, sapphire & onyx beads
    1950s colorful beaded cluster earrings by Hattie Carnegie
    $ 165

    Sapphire, Onyx & Citrine Bead Hattie Carnegie Earrings

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    These Hattie Carnegie earrings feature a cluster of sapphire-, onyx-, and chartreuse-glass beads. A prong-set, faceted citrine-glass stone surrounded by tiny onyx beads complete the design. Except for the black beads, all are coated with aurora borealis, which adds iridescence. This vibrant and unique late-1950s color combination is set in gold-tone metal. These colorful ear clips are a versatile addition to any jewelry wardrobe. They remind me of colors worn in the early episodes of Mad Men.
    $ 165
    $ 165
  • Silver leaf bracelet by Elsa Schiaparelli
    1950s silver leaf bracelet by Elsa Schiaparelli
    $ 295

    Silver Leaf Bracelet by Elsa Schiaparelli

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    This silver leaf bracelet by Elsa Schiaparelli is a true statement piece, at 1 3/4" wide. Each of the five panels has a trio of layered and textured leaves. Here she uses one of her favorite motifs to create a type of jewelry she favored – an unusual and bold bracelet. This piece has a fold-over clasp and safety chain. If you like this design, scroll down to see a brooch and earrings set by the same maker but with a different finish.
    $ 295
    $ 295
  • Vintage German jewelry by WMF
    Front of Ikora silver-plated bracelet
    $ 195

    Silver Link 1930s Ikora Bracelet by WMF

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    An unusual example of vintage German jewelry, this silver link Machine Age bracelet was made by Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik (WMF). This German company is best known for its Art Nouveau and Art Deco silver-plated tableware. This silver-plated link bracelet from the Ikora line closes with a concealed clasp. The warm patina is the result of the oxidation process the jewelry department used in its manufacturing. This wonderful bracelet is attractive, yet neutral enough to be worn with a variety of attire for a range of day and evening activities. Scroll down to see some Machine Age necklaces to wear with this piece.
    $ 195
    $ 195
  • Art Deco bib necklace with silver rings
    Front of silver ring bib necklace
    $ 195

    Silver Ring Bib Necklace

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    This Art Deco bib necklace is an unusual 1930s piece. It is formed by embossed silver-tone rings connected with embossed links that suggest the appearance of inset stones. The bib portion is an additional two strands, which form a wide V-shape in the front. This piece closes with an older style spring-ring clasp. A versatile necklace for a woman who looks best in cool colors.
    $ 195
    $ 195
  • Oval Brooch with flowers and leave by Hobé
    Close-up view of brooch front
    $ 165

    Sterling 1940s Floral Oval Brooch by Hobé

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    This 1940s oval brooch has flowers and leaves in sterling silver applied to an oval base. The result is a piece with lovely textures and depth. Even the back shows the meticulous workmanship that went into the crafting of this jewel. The pin closes with a roll-over safety clasp. This design is similar to two others the maker patented in the early 1940s. Scroll down to see a Hobé bracelet with a floral motif.
    $ 165
    $ 165
  • $ 295

    Sterling Floral 1940s Brooch & Earrings Set by Hobé

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    This sterling silver floral brooch has richly- detailed, textured layers of buds and leaves that emanate from the multi-layered flower in the center. In my opinion, the quality of Hobé's flowers is unsurpassed. The earrings replicate the center of the brooch. The pin closes with a roll-over safety clasp; the earrings have screw-backs. This set is one of the maker's more unusual designs from the 1940s and doesn't need any colored stones to make it sparkle. Scroll down to see a flower bracelet by Hobé that coordinates with this set.
    $ 295
    $ 295
  • $ 250

    Sterling Floral Basket Link 1940s Bracelet by Hobé

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    This sterling silver bracelet with floral basket links has a concealed clasp and safety chain. The intricate flowers have layers of petals, and the back clearly shows the detailed design and handcrafted workmanship Hobé is known for. You could wear this beautiful bracelet with any of this maker's brooches with a floral motif – scroll down to see a selection.
    $ 250
    $ 250
  • Sterling silver link bracelet by Alice Caviness
    Floral sterling silver bracelet
    $ 175

    Sterling Floral Link 1940s Bracelet by Alice Caviness

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    This sterling silver link bracelet by Alice Caviness features panels of tiny flowers and leaves. It closes with the old-style spring-ring clasp. This maker's pieces are hard to date – I’m guessing this one is from the 1940s, when romanticism was a popular jewelry motif. This delicate bracelet can go anywhere. It’s perfect for women who look best in cool colors.
    $ 175
    $ 175
  • Hobé sterling silver brooch with flowers & leaves
    Close-up view of flowers & leaves
    $ 165

    Sterling Flower & Leaf Brooch by Hobé

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    This Hobé sterling silver brooch is petite (by Hobé standards), but it has the same level of detail and quality workmanship as its larger sisters. The intricate buds on either side of the central flower are particularly lovely. From the 1940s, this three-dimensional piece has a roll-over safety clasp. Scroll down to see a bracelet by Hobé that also has a floral motif.
    $ 165
    $ 165
  • Theodor Fahrner necklace with gilt sterling flowers
    Front of 1930s Theodor Fahrner necklace
    $ 695

    Sterling Flower 1930s Necklace by Fahrner

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    This Theodor Fahrner necklace has scrolled filigree-topped flower petals and decorative links that illustrate the high quality of this maker’s work and the elegant simplicity of their design. This charming sterling silver piece has a touch of gilt remaining on the petals. This necklace closes with a spring-ring clasp. Even the link that attaches to the clasp is decorated! Scroll down to see a gorgeous Fahrner bracelet to wear with this lovely necklace from my personal collection.
    $ 695
    $ 695
  • Coro earrings and bracelet with sterling silver flowers
    Coro-Craft sterling silver flower bracelet
    $ 175

    Sterling Flower 1940s Coro Earrings & Bracelet Set

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    These Coro earrings and bracelet feature large sterling silver flowers. The bracelet has a small flower on each connecting link. The earrings have screw backs. You can easily remove the age-appropriate patina, if you wish. This set was designed in 1942 by Massa Raimond for the company’s high-end line. Scroll down to see a Coro-Craft brooch in the same design.
    $ 175
    $ 175
  • Coro flower brooch – sterling silver bouquet
    Close-up view of flower
    $ 150

    Sterling Flower Bouquet 1940s Brooch by Coro

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    This 1940s Coro flower brooch has five sterling silver stems tied in a bouquet. From Coro-Craft, the company's high-end line, this piece bears hints of the Retro Modern style of that decade – the slightly curved, stylized flowers and the 3 ¾” length. This piece has a roll-over safety clasp. Scroll down to see a Coro bracelet and earrings set by Massa Raimond in the same design.
    $ 150
    $ 150
  • Large vintage flower pin in sterling silver
    Close-up view of pin front
    $ 185

    Sterling Flower Bouquet Brooch

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    This vintage flower pin in sterling silver has wonderful detail and an unusual design. A cluster of petals defines the flower, which sits atop a pair of veined leaves. The fourth stem ends in a spiral. This lovely piece is very three-dimensional, well-made and somewhat whimsical. Because of its size and motif, I’m guessing it dates to the 1940s. The pin closes with a roll-over safety clasp. I only wish I could find information about the maker (which is definitely not Rafael Canada)!
    $ 185
    $ 185
  • Sterling silver choker, 1940s, by Walter Lampl
    Walter Lampl sterling silver flexible choker
    $ 295

    Sterling Silver Choker by Walter Lampl

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    This sterling silver choker by Walter Lampl was the height of style in the mid- to late-1940s. The simplicity of this piece makes it wearable with almost anything. This well-constructed necklace closes with a concealed clasp. This choker was made for a slim neck, even though the construction allows for a bit of stretch. Please note the length (14 1/2"), and measure your neck before making this purchase. This necklace was advertised in the May 1947 issue of The Jewelers' Circular - Keystone (a trade publication). I wrote a blog post about two stars who wore this style of necklace in 1940s films – read it here. Cate Blanchett wore a gold version in the 2015 movie Carol. After seeing the 2019 Oscars, I was inspired by Amy Adams' red-carpet look to add a Marcel Boucher brooch to this necklace, as shown in the last photo. Scroll down to see this brooch as well as a gold flexible bracelet by another maker.
    $ 295
    $ 295
  • Sterling silver floral bracelet by Felch
    1940s bracelet by Victor Primavera
    $ 195

    Sterling Silver Floral Bracelet by Felch

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    This sterling silver floral bracelet features four plaques decorated with flowers and leaves. Their textured surfaces are raised from the back (a technique called repoussé). This timeless piece from the 1940s goes with just about everything. According to Researching Costume Jewelry, Victor Primavera, who patented this design, was the co-owner of and designer for Felch & Co. when this bracelet was made. He later started Danecraft. This piece has no maker’s mark.
    $ 195
    $ 195
  • Sterling silver rose brooch by Hobé
    Close-up view of rose
    $ 195

    Sterling Silver Rose Brooch by Hobé

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    This sterling silver rose brooch is just one of numerous floral pieces designed by this extraordinary maker. In my opinion, Hobé made the best sterling flowers in the 1940s. On this pin, the large blossom at the center with surrounding buds illustrate his exceptional design talent and the company’s high-level of craftsmanship. Their pieces were all hand-made at this time. The unusual design of this brooch is similar to one that was patented in 1940. The pin closes with a roll-over safety clasp. Scroll down to see a sterling bracelet by the same maker.
    $ 195
    $ 195
  • Tortoise shell bracelet with Bakelite crescents
    Machine Age tortoise shell Bakelite bracelet
    $ 395

    Tortoise Shell Bracelet with Bakelite Crescents

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    This tortoise shell bracelet has three staggered rows of Bakelite(?) interlinked crescents. The pattern is a variation of the tank-track motif that was popular in the 1930s. The hook clasp disappears when the piece is closed. This classic Machine Age bracelet, which was part of my personal collection, is fun and versatile! If warm colors are your palette, this jewel is for you.
    $ 395
    $ 395
  • $ 165

    Turquoise & Sapphire 1950s Earrings by Alice Caviness

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    An unusual textured turquoise glass stone is the centerpiece of these 1950s earrings by Alice Caviness. It is shaped like a thick button and has some sparkle in it. Aurora borealis sapphire glass stones and turquoise glass beads set in gold-tone filigree surround half of the turquoise center. These beads are mounted (wired?) onto a filigree back that holds the ear clip. The earrings face each other, so they beautifully frame the face when worn. This pair showcase this designer's clever mix of colors and materials.
    $ 165
    $ 165
  • Boucher pin of silver leaves with turquoise buds
    Close-up view of pin front
    $ 185

    Turquoise & Silver Leaf Marcel Boucher Pin

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    This Boucher pin has richly-textured silver-tone metal leaves paired with turquoise-glass buds. The blue stones have the gold-tone flecks and veins usually seen in the real gemstone. This tailored and elegant 1950s piece has a rhodium-plated back with a roll-over safety clasp. A great addition to the jewelry wardrobe of those who look best in cool colors.
    $ 185
    $ 185
  • Long turquoise bead necklace on silver-tone chain
    Close-up view of round beads
    $ 250

    Turquoise Bead & Silver Chain Long Necklace

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    This long turquoise bead necklace features round and tubular-shaped glass beads in various sizes connected with silver-tone chain. Today we’d call this piece a station necklace. When I bought it for my personal collection, I had my expert jeweler add the spring-ring clasp. The photos show this 47” piece worn doubled; if you have a slim neck, you could also wear it tripled!
    $ 250
    $ 250
  • Turquoise bead bracelet by Miriam Haskell
    Close-up view of tiny beads & diamante
    $ 295

    Turquoise Bead Bracelet with Diamanté

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    This turquoise bead bracelet is a familiar style made by Miriam Haskell. This one has tiny glass beads and diamanté wrapped around a narrow, gold-tone hinged frame that closes with a concealed clasp and safety chain. The color is more green than other turquoise pieces by this company. A classy and classic piece that’s perfect for those who look best in warm colors. Just add faux or real diamond studs, and you’re good to go. This bracelet was made for a slim wrist. Please note the bracelet length (6 1/2") and check your wrist size before purchasing this piece. Scroll down to see the perfect Haskell brooch to wear with this jewel.
    $ 295
    $ 295
  • Turquoise bead choker necklace with diamanté
    Full view of 1950s turquoise bead choker
    $ 195

    Turquoise Bead Choker Necklace

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    This turquoise bead choker necklace has molded glass leaves with diamanté accents wired onto a brass-colored link base. The construction adds flexibility to this fun 1950s piece, which beautifully conforms to the shape of the neck. This choker closes with an adjustable hook-and-tail clasp, with beads on the end of the tail to add an extra touch of glamour. For even more of this fabulous color, add the matching earrings and/or bracelets – scroll down to see them.
    $ 195
    $ 195