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This vintage Art Deco jewelry is characterized by clean lines, geometric forms, stylized Egyptian themes – e.g., scarabs, pharaohs, and hieroglyphics – fruit salads, abstract designs, and dramatic, contrasting colors. The pendant earrings, long and short necklaces, brooches, bracelets, dress clips, and double-clip brooches in this collection were made with faux pearls, crystal and richly-colored-glass stones and beads, shimmery stones (marcasites and diamanté), early plastics, and enamel. If you think you need to dress like a character from The Great Gatsby to wear this stunning jewelry, think again: its appeal has endured for nearly a century. And the quality of these 1920s-1930s European and North American makers is unsurpassed.

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  • Vintage amethyst earrings w/diamantes
    Close-up view of single earring
    USD$295.00

    Amethyst & Diamanté Earrings from Austria

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    These vintage amethyst earrings feature three rows of vertically-set stones. In the middle are two deep-purple baguettes with a round diamanté on top and a faceted, teardrop-shaped diamanté at the bottom. On either side of the middle, the pattern is repeated but with a single baguette. The setting is rhodium-plated metal shaped to hold the stones together, making each pendant one piece. A single, faceted, round diamanté sits at the earlobe. These 1930s Art Deco earrings from Austria are all-original screw-backs and can be modified for pierced ears. The color combination is rich, regal, and easy-to-wear.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Sterling amethyst bracelet by Foster & Bro.
    Full view of bracelet front
    USD$245.00

    Amethyst & Sterling Bracelet by Foster & Bro.

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    This sterling amethyst bracelet is a popular style from the 1920s. It features four faceted, cushion-cut, deep-amethyst-glass stones. They are set in open-back, vertical frames that alternate with horizontal oval panels and narrower links. This lovely, well-made jewel by a less-known maker closes with a clasp that hooks onto the last link. A lush, regal color that’s versatile and easy to wear. Scroll down to see a coordinating necklace.
    USD$245.00
    USD$245.00
  • Amethyst drop necklace w/molded-glass plaques
    Necklace front
    USD$245.00

    Amethyst Drop Necklace of Molded Glass

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    This amethyst drop necklace features a centerpiece of six molded-glass plaques. A seventh is suspended from an amethyst-glass bead flanked by tiny pearls. A delicate silver-tone paper-clip chain, which was very popular in the 1920s, and a spring-ring clasp complete the piece. This jewel is lovely with a V-neckline. Scroll down to see a complementary amethyst Art Deco bracelet.
    USD$245.00
    USD$245.00
  • Theodor Fahrner bracelet with gilded sterling & aquamarines
    1920s-1930s filigree bracelet by Theodor Fahrner
    USD$1,495.00

    Aquamarine & Gilt Sterling Filigree Theodor Fahrner Bracelet

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    This Theodor Fahrner bracelet is spectacular! Each gilded-sterling silver link with corded wire spirals holds a collet-set faux aquamarine. This fabulous Art Deco jewel is an excellent example of the type of filigree this maker is known for. The book cited as a reference indicates that the filigree pieces were made post-1932, but the same source dates the maker’s mark to the 1920s. I don’t think the date matters – this bracelet is exquisite! It has a box clasp and safety catch. Scroll down to see a sterling Fahrner necklace that looks lovely with this piece.
    USD$1,495.00
    USD$1,495.00
  • Vintage charm bracelet with black & white cubes
    Art Deco tank-track pattern bracelet with charms
    USD$495.00

    Black & White Bakelite Vintage Charm Bracelet

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    This vintage charm bracelet has black-and-white Bakelite cubes that dance on either side of the metal center. The decorated chrome links form a tank-track pattern and close with a spring-ring clasp. To some people, these charms resemble a type of licorice candy (whose name I don’t know). To me, this piece says 1930s Europe. It’s definitely fun to wear!
    USD$495.00
    USD$495.00
  • 1930s French necklace w/black & white-marbled glass beads
    Full view of black-and-white beaded necklace
    USD$395.00

    Black & White Marbled Glass Bead French Necklace

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    This 1930s French necklace is a lovely take on black-and-white. What appear as white glass beads are actually clear glass with white swirls. The variation in shape and size of beads adds to the beauty of this substantial piece. The beads and black spacers are strung on chain. This jewel closes with a barrel clasp. Once part of my personal collection, this stunning piece is perfect for a woman who likes to wear cool colors.
    USD$395.00
    USD$395.00
  • 1930s earrings with black Bakelite & diamanté
    1930s earrings by Schreiber & Hiller
    USD$245.00

    Black Bakelite & Diamanté 1930s Earrings by Schreiber & Hiller

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    At the top of these 1930s earrings is a link with engraved sides that holds seven diamantés. At the bottom is another diamanté-set link flanked by black Bakelite (or Galalith) on three sides. In the middle is a single stone. Each earring has a small chip of Bakelite at the bottom, but that minor flaw in no way detracts from their beauty. The original ear clips were converted to sterling silver ear wires with lever backs for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. Scroll down to see two necklaces and a bracelet with the same materials by the same maker.
    USD$245.00
    USD$245.00
  • Black vintage Bakelite earrings with diamanté-inlaid pendants
    Art Deco black Bakelite earrings
    USD$225.00

    Black Bakelite & Diamanté Dangle Earrings

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    These vintage Bakelite earrings are unusual. The pendants in black Bakelite (or other plastic from the 1920s) are embellished with a silver painted design and inlaid diamantés. A sterling chain connects each drop to a diamanté-centered black bead designed to adorn the earlobe. These all-original screw-back earrings can be modified for pierced ears. Light-weight and easy to wear, this fun pair works well for off-duty and business-casual attire. Although many of the stones have darkened, these earrings are still very attractive. Scroll down to see a selection of Art Deco bracelets to wear with these jewels.
    USD$225.00
    USD$225.00
  • Vintage Bakelite jewelry – bracelet with diamanté
    Close-up view of diamante & Bakelite links
    USD$295.00

    Black Bakelite & Diamanté Flexible Bracelet by Schreiber & Hiller

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    Vintage Bakelite jewelry as beautiful as this German flexible bracelet from the 1930s is hard to find. It has vertical links of diamanté alternating with black Bakelite. The stones in this piece are relatively large – only four to each flat-top link. This Art Deco bracelet closes with a concealed clasp. Because one of the markings is "Patented" (an English word stamped by a German maker), I think this bracelet was intended for export. Scroll down to see some necklaces and earrings that complement this sophisticated, yet easy-to-wear piece.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Art Deco Bakelite brooch in black with diamante
    Close-up view of 'carving'
    USD$225.00

    Black Bakelite & Diamanté Art Deco Brooch

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    This Art Deco Bakelite brooch is not for the faint-hearted! From the 1930s, this large black jewel has ornate hand-carving accented with faceted, square-cut and round diamanté. The stones, which were expertly replaced by the previous owner, are a sparkly contrast to the dark color. At 3 ¾” long, this brooch is a real statement piece. It closes with a roll-over safety clasp.
    USD$225.00
    USD$225.00
  • Vintage black Bakelite necklace with diamanté links.
    German Machine Age necklace by Schreiber & Hiller
    USD$445.00

    Black Bakelite & Diamanté Necklace by Schreiber & Hiller

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    A beautiful example of Machine Age design that you will love. This vintage black Bakelite necklace features six curved links set with diamantés that alternate with Bakelite (or Galalith) links with pointed tops. Because the jeweled links are curved, the centerpiece follows the curve of your neck instead of laying out in a straight line. A scroll chain with a spring-ring clasp completes this elegant and easy-to-wear necklace that I always enjoyed. You can see it on my favorite model in this blog post. Scroll down to see a bracelet and pair of earrings by the same maker that complement this piece.
    USD$445.00
    USD$445.00
  • Bakelite brooch with diamanté accents
    Curved links with channel-set stones
    USD$225.00

    Black Bakelite Brooch with Diamantés

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    This black Bakelite (or Galalith) brooch has a curved centerpiece topped with a collet-set diamanté. Each end features three rows of slightly-curved links with channel-set stones. The components are attached to a rhodium-plated metal back. This piece closes with a trombone clasp. The design and construction remind me of jewelry created by the German makers Schreiber & Hiller in the 1930s. Although the channel-set stones have aged a bit, this brooch is still a stunner! Scroll down to see some great earrings and bracelets to wear with this jewel.
    USD$225.00
    USD$225.00
  • Vintage tank track brooch with black diamanté
    Close-up view of tank track brooch
    USD$195.00

    Black Diamanté Vintage Tank Track Brooch by Schreiber & Hiller

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    This vintage tank track brooch is an unusual application of this classic Machine Age pattern. Schreiber & Hiller have made it even more distinctive by using black diamantés channel-set in slender, slightly curved links on the outside with a double-row of smaller, slightly lighter stones inside. The difference in colors is very subtle. At 3 ¼” long, this piece is a fabulous and versatile example of the era. This jewel closes with a trombone clasp.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
  • Blue bead bracelet with chrome knots
    Full view of blue bead & chrome bracelet
    USD$225.00

    Blue Bead & Chrome Knot Machine Age Bracelet

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    This blue bead bracelet has glass beads separated by chrome balls and knots of textured chrome wire. Made in the 1930s, this piece closes with a spring-ring clasp. The textured knots add interest and a Machine Age-look. Wear this versatile and fun bracelet with casual or office attire. It’s perfect for a woman who looks best in cool colors.
    USD$225.00
    USD$225.00
  • Fringe statement necklace w/blue glass tubes & chrome balls
    Full view of chrome & blue glass fringe necklace
    USD$375.00

    Blue Glass & Chrome Fringe Necklace

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    This fringe statement necklace has cobalt-blue glass tubes and chrome balls dangling from chrome links. The metal and fringe elements have a Machine Age-look and give this piece lots of movement! Some of the blue glass tubes have minor chips, but they are not noticeable when this beauty is worn. This 1930s 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. A perfect adornment for a woman who looks best in cool colors and loves statement pieces.
    USD$375.00
    USD$375.00
  • 1920s choker necklace with blue glass flowers & diamante
    French choker with blue glass flower beads & diamante
    USD$795.00

    Blue Glass Flower & Diamanté 1920s Choker Necklace

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    This 1920s choker necklace is formed by clusters of delicate blue-glass-flower-shaped beads with white glass centers that alternate with clusters of diamantés. Three rondelles form the barrel clasp. This necklace, which was probably made in France in the 1920s, has been restrung by my expert jeweler. What a knockout! Wear it with real or faux diamond stud earrings and you’ll own any room you enter!
    USD$795.00
    USD$795.00
  • Bakelite bangle bracelet in marbled brown with 6 yellow dots
    Brown marbled Bakelite bracelet
    USD$495.00

    Brown Marbled Bakelite Bangle Bracelet with 6 Dots

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    This Bakelite bangle bracelet combines shades of brown in marble-like swirls. The outside is inlaid with six yellow dots.  This piece, which is from my personal collection, slips over the hand, as the bracelet doesn’t open. It is the perfect adornment for a woman who looks best in warm hues. Add a touch of whimsy to any outfit with this richly-colored piece.
    USD$495.00
    USD$495.00
  • 1930s necklace with disks & balls
    Chrome German Machine Age necklace
    USD$345.00

    Chrome 1930s Necklace from Germany

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    This 1930s necklace from Germany has three sets of five semi-circular disks separated by two-part balls. A flat-link-and-bar chain with a spring-ring clasp completes the design. Substantial in weight, this chrome necklace is a great example of the Machine Age style. This piece is from my personal collection. An unusual and versatile addition to the jewelry wardrobe of a woman who likes to wear cool colors! Scroll down to see the perfect bracelet from another German maker to wear with this jewel.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
  • Jakob Bengel necklace in chrome brickwork pattern
    Front of chrome brickwork necklace
    USD$395.00

    Chrome Brickwork Collar by Jakob Bengel

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    This Jakob Bengel necklace in the well-known Mauerwerk (brickwork) pattern is the epitome of German Machine Age design. This chromium-plated brass piece, which closes with a spring-ring clasp, feels very slinky. You can wear this collar on either side. Scroll down to see several Machine Age bracelets to wear with this necklace, including one by Bengel.
    USD$395.00
    USD$395.00
  • Chrome bracelet with curved & textured links
    Chrome link Machine Age bracelet
    USD$225.00

    Chrome Link Machine Age Bracelet

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    This chrome bracelet features a trio of curved, polished links, inspired by radio or car grills. They alternate with five rows of textured links in the tank-track pattern. This piece, with a concealed clasp, is a great example of Machine Age design that incorporates two motifs of the style. I think this wonderful and unusual bracelet is European in origin. It goes with everything, and it's perfect for a woman who likes to wear cool colors! Scroll down to see several colorful coordinating pieces.
    USD$225.00
    USD$225.00
  • Chrysoprase green necklace w/alternating crystal chicklets
    Front of chrysoprase & crystal chicklet necklace
    USD$495.00

    Chrysoprase & Crystal Chicklet Necklace

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    This chrysoprase green necklace has rectangular-shaped stones that alternate with square crystals. All are mounted on linked silver-tone frames, in the style of Art Deco chicklet necklaces. Although unmarked, the design and quality of this jewel make me think it was made in Germany. The faceting of the crystals is superb, the mountings of the stones are highly-decorated, and the weight is substantial. This gorgeous piece from my personal collection closes with a spring-ring clasp. Scroll down to see Art Deco earrings and bracelets to wear with this classic jewel.
    USD$495.00
    USD$495.00
  • Chrysoprase and sterling drop earrings
    Late-1920s chrysoprase earrings
    USD$295.00

    Chrysoprase & Sterling Drop Earrings by Wachenheimer Bros.

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    These chrysoprase and sterling drop earrings by Wachenheimer Bros. have square and oblong stones. By the end of the 1920s, the company was marketing Wachenheimer Real Stone Jewelry with their company name instead of the Diamonbar trademark. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling silver lever-backs for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. Scroll down to see an Art Deco necklace to wear with these lovely earrings.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Chrysoprase necklace with chrome spacers
    Chrysoprase & chrome Machine Age necklace
    USD$245.00

    Chrysoprase & Chrome Machine Age Necklace

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    This 1930s chrysoprase necklace has five polished-glass stones separated by geometric stacks of chrome spacers that give it a real Machine Age look. The silver-tone chain with alternating flat and wavy links closes with a barrel clasp. I think this piece is European in origin. Scroll down to see chrysoprase Art Deco earrings and a Machine Age bracelet to wear with this necklace.
    USD$245.00
    USD$245.00
  • Art Deco dangle earrings with chrysoprase & crystal
    Chrysoprase & crystal dangling earrings
    USD$245.00

    Chrysoprase & Crystal Art Deco Dangle Earrings

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    These Art Deco dangle earrings feature two faceted, oblong chrysoprase-glass stones with a faceted, round collet-set crystal at the bottom. Each stone is separated by a ring link, so there’s plenty of movement here. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling silver ear wires with lever backs for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. Note that although the open-back bottom crystals appear dark in the first photo, they are, in fact, clear and sparkly (as in the second photo). Scroll down to see a number of chrysoprase pieces that would complement these earrings. This apple-green color is fabulous for women who like to wear warm hues.
    USD$245.00
    USD$245.00
  • Vintage chrysoprase earrings
    Art Deco chrysoprase earrings
    USD$245.00

    Chrysoprase Earrings

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    Simple, yet fun, these vintage chrysoprase earrings have faceted, square, and triangle-shaped apple-green-glass stones. They are mounted in silver-tone metal frames. These all-original 1930s screw-back earrings have a nice swing and can be modified for pierced ears. Scroll down to see other Art Deco pieces that complement this pair.
    USD$245.00
    USD$245.00
  • Statement choker necklace with red, black, green & diamanté disks
    Front view of necklace w/faceted, colorful disks
    USD$295.00

    Chrysoprase, Onyx, & Ruby Disk Choker with Rondelles

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    This statement choker necklace features faceted, opaque chrysoprase-, onyx- and ruby-glass disks and rondelles. The components are strung on metal chain. The necklace closes with a barrel clasp formed by two of the disks. Based on the construction of this piece, I think it is European in origin. As often happens with necklaces made like this one, the chain has stretched. I don’t recommend having a jeweler cut the excess – just keep it at the back. This multi-colored, versatile necklace can be worn with many Art Deco jewels, depending on the color you wish to emphasize — scroll down to see a selection. Or wear your real or faux diamond studs to complete the look.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Vintage Art Deco bracelet by Simmons in sterling
    Beautiful Simmons Art Deco bracelet
    USD$295.00

    Citrine & Sterling Filigree Art Deco Bracelet by Simmons

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    This vintage Art Deco bracelet by Simmons, a company known for their innovation, has rectangular dark-citrine-glass stones set in the center of alternating panels of sterling silver filigree. The clasp on this piece is unique and secure. This bracelet is wider than most of its filigree counterparts, which makes me think it may be an early 1930s piece. Scroll down to see Art Deco citrine jewels that coordinate beautifully with this bracelet.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Vintage German brooch in gold-washed sterling w/citrine
    Close-up view of brooch center
    USD$185.00

    Citrine & Vermeil Sterling German Brooch

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    This vintage German brooch in gold-washed sterling silver is highly-decorated. Its focal point is a flower with a faceted, round citrine-glass stone at the center. The twisted metal decoration on the sides gives this piece a bit of a Machine Age-feel. The markings indicate that this brooch was handmade in Germany, using sterling with a higher silver content (935) than the 925 North American standard. Please note that gold plating on the center flower is in tact, even though the photos suggest wear. A petite and lovely jewel.
    USD$185.00
    USD$185.00
  • Tiered necklace with alternating citrine & crystal links
    Citrine & crystal Art Deco tiered necklace
    USD$395.00

    Citrine & Crystal 1920s Tiered Necklace

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    The design and construction of this tiered necklace, a variation on the 1920s chicklet-style, is first class. Golden yellow, square-cut glass stones alternate with oblong crystals to form the necklace and tiered centerpiece. Round dangling citrine-glass stones add the movement that was so essential in the Art Deco era. All of the stones are faceted and mounted in decorated, silver-tone metal. The construction makes me think this piece was made in Europe. This divine jewel, which I initially purchased for myself, closes with a spring-ring clasp. Scroll down to see a number of Art Deco earrings and bracelets to wear with this piece.
    USD$395.00
    USD$395.00
  • Vintage citrine necklace set on sterling silver frames
    Citrine chicklet necklace
    USD$395.00

    Citrine & Sterling Chicklet Necklace

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    This vintage citrine necklace is a classic and well-made Art Deco chicklet design. It features square-cut, faceted glass stones set in sterling frames with a spring-ring clasp. The high-quality of this piece is due to the use of sterling silver in the settings and links, which was unusual in this necklace style. A perfect adornment for those who like sunny colors. Scroll down to take a look at bracelets that look great with this jewel.
    USD$395.00
    USD$395.00
  • Citrine and topaz necklace in chicklet style
    Citrine & topaz Art Deco chicklet necklace
    USD$295.00

    Citrine & Topaz Chicklet Necklace

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    This citrine and topaz necklace from the 1920s has faceted, square-cut glass stones set in silver-tone frames. The shape and construction of the piece is known today as a chicklet necklace. When it was made, it was called a channel necklace. The alternating warm shades make this piece very wearable with a variety of colors. Another great Art Deco necklace from my personal collection. See my favorite model wearing this piece in this blog post. Scroll down to see citrine and topaz pieces to wear with this jewel.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Citrine dangle earrings from 1920s
    Art Deco earrings with citrine 'gumdrop' pendants
    USD$275.00

    Citrine Gumdrop 1920s Earrings

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    These classy citrine dangle earrings are fashioned from faceted glass stones shaped like gumdrops. They are suspended from citrine-glass beads and a matching stone set in silver-tone metal. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling silver ear wires with lever backs for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. If you don’t have pierced ears and are looking for similar earrings with screw backs, scroll down to see what is available. Included are necklaces and bracelets that complement these earrings, an essential jewelry wardrobe staple for those who like to wear warm colors.
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • Citrine pendant earrings w/metal inlays
    Full view of screw-back earrings
    USD$275.00

    Citrine Pendant Earrings

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    These citrine pendant earrings from the mid-1920s are probably Czech in origin. What’s really unique is the metal inlays in each glass drop, which give the appearance of marcasites. The faceted, domed stone at the top (designed to fall at the earlobe) is the same color as the bead and drop. These all-original, Art Deco screw-back earrings are rich in color and can be modified for pierced ears. Scroll down to see a pair that has already been converted as well as coordinating pieces.
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • Diamante & citrine bangle bracelet in sterling
    Leach & Miller citrine & diamante bracelet
    USD$345.00

    Citrine, Diamanté & Sterling Bangle by Leach & Miller

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    This citrine bangle bracelet features sets of five faceted, round deep-citrine (or golden-topaz) glass stones alternating with five faceted diamanté. The stones are channel-set in narrow, curved sterling silver with engraved edges. The ends meet with a pair of diamanté-set scrolls rather than a clasp. Longer than the typical bracelet of this era, this Leach & Miller creation may have been designed to be worn on the upper arm, as a so-called slave bracelet. You can wear it now either way – simply pull apart the ends to put it on. This unusual jewel is perfect for a woman who likes to wear warm colors. Scroll down to see a selection of complementary pieces.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
  • Citrine glass bracelet with diamanté
    Leach & Miller Art Deco bracelet
    USD$395.00

    Citrine, Diamanté & Sterling Bracelet by Leach & Miller

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    This citrine glass bracelet features four faceted, square-cut, open-back stones. They alternate with links of trios of channel-set diamanté, which are positioned vertically in groups of four. The setting is sterling silver with a hidden clasp. The beautifully-faceted lemon-yellow stones in decorative collars and the etched ends of the vertical links illustrate this maker’s attention to detail. This lovely piece is in remarkable condition for its age. 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 necklace to wear with this jewel.
    USD$395.00
    USD$395.00
  • Crystal bead necklace with alternating onyx beads
    Onyx & crystal bead Art Deco necklace
    USD$245.00

    Crystal & Onyx Beaded Necklace

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    This vintage crystal necklace has graduated, lantern-shaped beads that are beautifully faceted to reflect light. They are separated by onyx-glass beads and crystal disks. This black-and-white look, so popular in the Twenties, is always in style. The beads have recently been professionally re-strung on wire. This Art Deco necklace closes with a silver-tone filigree, box-shaped concealed clasp. Scroll down to see a selection of earrings and bracelets to wear with this versatile jewel.
    USD$245.00
    USD$245.00
  • Briolette earrings that are runway-worthy
    Close-up view of glass briolette pendant
    USD$275.00

    Crystal & Glass Briolette Earrings

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    These briolette earrings from the 1930s definitely make a statement. Substantial in weight, each has a fully-faceted, teardrop-shaped glass pendant with a large prong-set, round crystal at the earlobe. This top stone is very prominent – ½” diameter by 3/8” deep. The screw-backs are sterling silver and can be modified for pierced ears. These beautiful and unusual earrings sparkled on the runway at a recent fashion show. Add some glamour to your jewelry wardrobe!
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • Dangling hexagon earrings with crystals & marcasites
    Crystal & marcasite pendant earrings
    USD$295.00

    Crystal & Marcasite Dangling Czech Earrings

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    These dangling hexagon earrings each feature a pendant with a large, faceted open-back crystal. It is set in an elaborately-detailed silver-tone frame embellished with a triangle-shaped crystal and marcasites. This pair of 1920s earrings is really unusual and very versatile. The screw-backs can be modified for pierced ears. Made in the former Czechoslovakia, these Art Deco pendants go with everything and look lovely with many pieces in the boutique – scroll down to see a selection.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Crystal and silver necklace
    Necklace front, showing extension rings
    USD$375.00

    Crystal & Silver Necklace

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    This crystal and silver necklace has stones that are faceted on top with pointed bottoms. Each is set in an etched silver-tone-metal frame. This stunning, well-made 1920s Art Deco classic is elegant and versatile to wear – it goes with everything! The original necklace was extremely short, so my expert jeweler added rings at each end to extend it and a new spring-ring clasp.
    USD$375.00
    USD$375.00
  • Crystal bangle bracelet by H. Payton (Payco)
    Front view of Payco bangle bracelet
    USD$275.00

    Crystal Bangle Bracelet by H. Payton

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    This crystal bangle bracelet by H. Payton is a style that was all the rage in the 1920s. The company is best known by their PAYCO mark. Bracelets like this one were available in many colors of glass to imitate gemstones. With open-back faceted, square-cut stones to let light pass through, this piece goes with everything. It also looks great with other bangles and/or line bracelets of the era. Women typically wore multiple bracelets back then, and I confess that I’ve adopted that practice as part of my own personal style. This bracelet was made for a slim wrist, so please note the inside circumference (6 3/4″) and check your wrist size before purchasing this piece. A few of the stones have tiny chips, and there's a space between the stone next to the hinge and the metal (shown in the last photo). Scroll down to see other Art Deco crystal pieces to wear with this bracelet.
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • Faceted crystal bead necklace w/filigree clasp
    Graduated strand of lead crystal beads
    USD$195.00

    Crystal Bead Art Deco Necklace

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    This faceted crystal bead necklace has the weight and quality of lead crystal. This strand in graduating sizes has knots in between and a filigree, fish-hook clasp. You can wear this Art Deco jewel with just about anything, anytime and anywhere. Did you know that faceted crystal beads were popular in the Twenties because they reflect light and brighten the wearer’s face? Note that this necklace is a bit longer than its contemporaries.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
  • Crystal briolette necklace & earrings
    1920s necklace with 9 crystal briolettes
    USD$245.00

    Crystal Briolette Necklace & Earrings Set

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    This briolette necklace has nine faceted crystals that dangle from a silver-tone chain. The matching earrings feature a pair of the same crystals dangling from unequal lengths of chain. The all-original screw-back earrings, which can be modified for pierced ears, each have a crystal stone at the earlobe. This elegant 1920s set goes with everything and really sparkles – the crystals dance when you move! Perfect for a bride!
    USD$245.00
    USD$245.00
  • Crystal brooch with onyx stripes
    Crystal & onyx brooch in horizontal position
    USD$275.00

    Crystal Brooch with Onyx Stripes

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    This crystal brooch features a beautifully-faceted triangle on each end. The centerpiece has three rows of alternating crystal and onyx-glass rectangles. The construction of this Art Deco piece is outstanding. White metal frames hold the stones, and the edges of the triangle frames are etched. This stunning jewel from my personal collection closes with a roll-over safety clasp. I believe this piece was made in Germany or the former Czechoslovakia.
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • Dangling crystal earrings with chicklets
    Front view of earrings
    USD$295.00

    Crystal Chicklet Dangling Earrings

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    These dangling crystal earrings from the 1920s are formed by three faceted, square-cut chicklets, with a diamond-shaped stone set at the earlobe. These all-original screw-back earrings can be modified for pierced ears. The mountings and findings may be sterling silver, but only the fasteners are marked. Because the chicklets are separated by rings, these earrings have lots of movement and light reflection. These Art Deco jewels sparkled on the runway at a recent fashion show. Scroll down to see a selection of complementary pieces.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Plaque necklace with diamanté links & Bakelite
    German Art Deco plaque necklace
    USD$395.00

    Diamanté & Bakelite 1930s Plaque Necklace by Schreiber & Hiller

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    This plaque necklace made in Germany in the 1930s has tapered, curved links of diamanté on either side of a black Bakelite disk. It is topped with a large, claw-set diamanté surrounded by smaller stones. When laid out on a table, the necklace forms a wide v-shape. A scroll chain with a spring-ring clasp completes this beautiful piece from my personal collection. Although some stones have aged, this necklace still has lots of sparkle. Scroll down to see a coordinating bracelet and earrings.
    USD$395.00
    USD$395.00
  • Vintage Lapel Watch by Pennino in Art Deco design
    Art Deco design on front of clasp
    USD$595.00

    Diamanté & Sterling 1930s Lapel Watch by Pennino Bros.

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    This amazing lapel watch by Pennino is the ultimate in Art Deco design, with pavé and baguettes set in rhodium-plated sterling silver. The pin closes with a roll-over safety clasp. And the best part is that the watch works! It has been cleaned by my expert watchmaker. The watch is attached to the brooch upside down, so you can read the time when you are wearing this piece. The numbers on the watch face are also SO Deco in design, and the original blue hour, minute and second hands are present. What an unusual and fantastic piece! Scroll down to see a selection of lovely coordinating bracelets.
    USD$595.00
    USD$595.00
  • Art Deco pin with 2 rows of diamanté
    Close-up view of square-cut, channel set stones
    USD$195.00

    Diamanté & Sterling 2-Row Bar Brooch

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    This Art Deco pin with two rows of diamanté and sterling silver has the same look and construction of the channel-set glass-stone bangle bracelets of the era. Even the edges of the brooch are engraved. The faceted, square-cut stones are bright and sparkly. This piece closes with a roll-over safety clasp. This classic jewel goes with everything! Scroll down to see a selection of lovely coordinating bracelets.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
  • Otis sterling bracelet with diamanté
    Diamante & sterling Art Deco bracelet
    USD$195.00

    Diamanté & Sterling Line Bracelet by Otis

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    This Otis sterling bracelet is a lovely example of an Art Deco line bracelet, the forerunner of today's tennis bracelet. It features faceted, square-cut diamanté channel-set in rhodium-plated sterling silver. Engraved edges and a diamanté-embellished fold-over clasp complete the design. The excellent articulation speaks to its high-quality construction, which actually was the same as that used by Wachenheimer Bros. (Read about the companies' connection.) Bracelets in this style (known as flexible bracelets in that era) were all the rage in the 1920s-1930s and were typically worn in multiples. You can see this one paired with other line bracelets in the photos. Although the stones have aged a bit, this jewel still has lots of sparkle. Scroll down to see coordinating pieces.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
  • Vintage dangle earrings in silver with diamante
    Close-up view of earring top
    USD$395.00

    Diamanté & Silver Vintage Dangle Earrings

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    These vintage dangle earrings are diamanté-encrusted with faceted, square-cut stones at the earlobe and as the focal point on the drop. Long and luxurious, these all-original Art Deco pendants have gold-colored ear wires with shepherd hooks for pierced ears. I am unaware of their metal content. I think these beautiful earrings are European in origin because of their exceptional quality, their fasteners, and the "SILVER" stamp on the back. The use of "800 silver" (which is less than the 925 standard for sterling) was common in Europe when these jewels were made. Pieces like these are difficult to photograph, and the earrings are much brighter and more sparkly than the photos indicate. This glamorous pair walked the runway at a recent fashion show. Scroll down to see a selection of coordinating bracelets.
    USD$395.00
    USD$395.00
  • Diamonbar bracelet of diamanté set in sterling
    Diamonbar Art Deco bracelet
    USD$345.00

    Diamanté & Sterling Diamonbar Bracelet

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    This Diamonbar bracelet has faceted, square-cut diamanté in a sterling silver box setting. Its excellent articulation makes this bracelet an Art Deco classic. Made in the 1920s, this piece closes with a concealed clasp and figure-8 safety catch. This stunning bracelet was made for a slim wrist, so please note the bracelet length (6 5/8") and check your wrist size before purchasing this piece. It can be worn alone or with line bracelets with colored stones – scroll down to see a selection of beautiful companions. This bracelet walked the runway at a recent fashion show. The model wore it with a bridal gown and exquisite flower earrings by Dior.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
  • Honeycomb bracelet with 3 rows of diamanté
    Honeycomb bracelet by Schreiber & Hiller
    USD$345.00

    Diamanté 3-row Honeycomb Bracelet by Schreiber & Hiller

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    This German Art Deco honeycomb bracelet has tapered links that are staggered to form the pattern, which is a variation of the tank track. Each rhodium-plated link has channel-set stones: a large diamanté in the center flanked by a smaller one on each side. This bracelet closes with a concealed clasp and safety catch. This jewel sparkled on the runway at a recent fashion show. The model wore it with diamanté 1950s Eisenberg earrings, shown below.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
  • Vintage bar brooch with diamanté
    Close-up view of German Art Deco brooch
    USD$185.00

    Diamanté Bar Brooch by Schreiber & Hiller

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    This vintage bar brooch has a 3 ½”-long, single channel of diamantés in a rhodium-plated setting. From the side, the shape is a trapezoid. This design incorporates the flat-top construction of the patented link. This brooch closes with a trombone clasp. A great piece for a jacket lapel! Scroll down to see bracelets by this maker to wear with this jewel.
    USD$185.00
    USD$185.00
  • Double clip brooch by Mazer Bros.
    Another frontal view of Mazer double-clip brooch
    USD$395.00

    Diamanté Double Clip Brooch by Mazer Bros.

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    This double clip brooch by Mazer Brothers features sparkly round and baguette diamanté in a late-Art Deco design. What’s interesting about this piece is that the patent for the brooch mechanism that connects the dress clips was issued to Marcel Boucher in 1939, two years after he started his own company. He filed the patent application when he was working for Mazer Brothers, but the patent wasn’t assigned to them when it was issued. (You can see the utility patent here, below Boucher's name.) I was surprised to find the “MAZER” mark on this piece from the technical perspective but certainly not from an aesthetic point of view. Because this jewel was created with the Boucher mechanism, I think it was made while he still worked for the firm. Wear this lovely piece as a brooch or as separate dress clips. Scroll down to see several complementary bracelets.
    USD$395.00
    USD$395.00
  • USD$325.00

    Diamanté Floral Double Clip Brooch

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    This geometric diamanté-encrusted Art Deco piece can be worn as a brooch or as two separate dress clips. The photos show a third option: one clip worn as a pendant on a black rubber cord; you may prefer to use a white gold or silver chain. A 17-inch, 2mm black rubber cord with a stainless steel twist lock (which is shown in the photo) is included with this purchase. The setting is rhodium-plated base metal; the brooch has a roll-over safety clasp. What's curious about this piece is its origin: although it is marked "PRO. PAT. 864999", I cannot identify the country. Scroll down to see several complementary bracelets.
    USD$325.00
    USD$325.00
  • Art Deco dress clips on brooch mechanism
    French Art Deco brooch/pair of dress clips
    USD$295.00

    Diamanté French Art Deco Dress Clips or Brooch

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    These Art Deco dress clips from France are paved in diamanté set in rhodium-plated metal with cut-outs that enhance the design. The clips can be worn together as a brooch. Because the design is symmetrical, I like to wear this type of clip as a pendant on a chain or cord. The last two photos show this option: one with a sterling chain from my jewelry box (not included); the other with a 17-inch, 2mm black rubber cord (included with this purchase). Scroll down to see a selection of bracelets to wear with this piece.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • French brooch or pair of dress clips in diamante
    1930s French double clip brooch
    USD$225.00

    Diamanté French Brooch or Pair of Clips

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    This diamanté French brooch was designed to be worn as a brooch (at different angles, as shown) and as separate dress clips. With its symmetrical Art Deco design, this jewel has a third option: one clip as a pendant on a chain. The one shown in the photo is sterling silver and is not included. The setting of this piece is rhodium-plated base metal. The brooch clasp is the trombone style, which was typically used in European pieces from this era. This jewel is marked Deposé, which is the French word for patented. Scroll down to see a selection of coordinating bracelets.
    USD$225.00
    USD$225.00
  • German flexible bracelet with diamante
    Front of bracelet showing links
    USD$345.00

    Diamanté German Flexible Bracelet

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    This German flexible bracelet features curved, rhodium-plated links with channel-set diamanté. Its design and construction remind me of other pieces made in Germany in the 1930s and 1950. A distinctive element of this one is the use of a small disk between each link. This bracelet is wider and longer than most I’ve seen from these decades. Although this piece has a maker’s mark, I cannot identify the company. Scroll down to see a necklace by the same maker as well as an unsigned one with the same construction.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
  • Snake chain necklace with diamante
    Front of German snake chain necklace
    USD$325.00

    Diamanté German Snake Chain Necklace

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    This snake chain necklace from Germany has a curved centerpiece with a Machine Age-look. The white-metal links with channel-set stones are separated by trios of flat-metal links. All are connected with flat disks at the top and bottom (probably to cover a connecting chain). At each end is a triangle-shaped element formed by two long and one short link with channel-set stones. This piece closes with a spring-ring clasp. Although I had always associated snake chains with the 1940s, I just learned that they were first introduced in 1850. This necklace has a maker’s mark, but I have been unable to identify the company. Although this necklace was made for a slim neck (the length is 14 1/2"), you could add a chain extender if needed. The absence of an adjustable closure makes me think this piece was made before the 1950s. Scroll down to see a bracelet by the same maker.
    USD$325.00
    USD$325.00
  • 1930s brooch in lightning-bolt shape
    Close-up view of brooch
    USD$225.00

    Diamanté Lightning Bolt 1930s Brooch by Schreiber & Hiller

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    This 1930s brooch by the German maker Schreiber & Hiller reminds me of a bolt of lightning, a popular theme in Machine Age jewelry of that decade. This piece is formed by seven flat-top links that are bent to form a sort of zig-zag shape. Long (3 ¼”) and lean, this unusual brooch closes with a trombone clasp. An elegant and unusual adornment for a jacket lapel. Scroll down to see coordinating bracelets.
    USD$225.00
    USD$225.00
  • Diamanté link bracelet from 1930s Germany
    Close-up view of bracelet front
    USD$345.00

    Diamanté Link Bracelet by Schreiber & Hiller

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    This link bracelet has three rows of diamanté in the tank-track pattern so popular with this maker and in the 1930s. In this case, the set stones have a flat top. From the side, the links are trapezoid-shaped. The rhodium-plated setting closes with a concealed clasp and safety chain. What a great bracelet to wear on its own or with others from this group. Scroll down to see some suggestions.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
  • Diamanté silver bracelet with 3 rows
    Front of German diamante bracelet
    USD$295.00

    Diamanté Link German 1930s Bracelet

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    This diamanté silver bracelet has two rows of long, slender, slightly-curved links of channel-set stones. Each link is trapezoid in shape. A single row of slimmer, short, pointed-top connecting links is in the middle. The setting is rhodium-plated white metal. This bracelet closes with a concealed clasp and safety chain. This piece is unsigned, but it reminds me of the work of the German company Schreiber & Hiller. I think this bracelet was made in the 1930s, but it could have been made around 1950, when German companies were re-emerging after the war. Scroll down to see some complementary pieces.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • German bracelet in tank track pattern
    Front of German bracelet
    USD$345.00

    Diamanté Tank Track German Bracelet

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    This German bracelet features four rows of slightly curved, tapered links channel-set with diamanté. The rhodium-plated setting closes with a concealed clasp and safety catch. Although this piece is unsigned, the tank-track pattern and the bracelet’s construction remind me of pieces made by German companies in the 1930s. This bracelet may have been made in the early 1950s, when the German companies were re-establishing themselves after the war. This bracelet was made for a slim wrist. Please note its length (6 7/8") and measure your wrist before purchasing this piece. Scroll down to see coordinating pieces.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
  • German necklace with diamanté in tank track design
    German Machine Age Necklace
    USD$195.00

    Diamanté Tank Track German Necklace by Schreiber & Hiller

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    This German necklace has three rows of flat-top links of diamantés. The edges of the links are engraved, and the clasp is the concealed type. The ageing of some stones doesn't detract from the sparkle of this Machine Age piece. Schreiber & Hiller produced jewelry with many variations of this pattern. Scroll down to see an all-diamanté bracelet in a four-row, tank-track pattern, by the same maker.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
  • Vintage link necklace with diamanté
    Diamante link Machine Age necklace
    USD$345.00

    Diamanté Vintage Link Necklace by Schreiber & Hiller

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    With this vintage link necklace from the 1930s, the maker used curved links of diamantés in a tank-track pattern as the centerpiece. The jeweled links have rhodium-plated backs. A link-and-bar chain with a spring-ring clasp complete this Machine Age piece. Because this necklace was in my personal collection, I had it shortened. Its purchase includes four additional links, which are each about one-half-inch long. Scroll down to see some tank track bracelets, also by Schreiber & Hiller, to wear with this wonderful necklace.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
  • Coro Duette in Art Deco winged design
    Coro Duette made in Canada
    USD$295.00

    Diamanté Winged Coro Duette

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    This Coro Duette can be worn as separate dress clips or a brooch. Embellished with round diamantés and baguettes, this piece looks like a pair of wings. The rhodium-plated brooch mechanism closes with a roll-over safety clasp. This jewel was made in Canada, where Coro had manufacturing operations and sales rooms from 1934 until about 1970. I’m surprised that the maker’s name is absent, but I am confident that this double-clip brooch is by Coro. You can see the utility patent for the brooch mechanism here, shown below the company's name. Scroll down to see several coordinating bracelets.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Emerald bead earrings with dangles
    Emerald bead pendant earrings
    USD$245.00

    Emerald Bead Pendant Earrings

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    These emerald bead earrings from the early-1930s are Czech in origin. An emerald-glass stone in a silver-tone setting sits at the earlobe. The chain that connects the top and the faceted, round glass ball pendant has a lantern-shaped bead in the middle. The color of the beads is a pale shade of emerald green (without a bluish tint). These all-original screw-back earrings can be modified for pierced ears. Earrings like these never go out of style! An elegant accessory for day or evening wear. Scroll down to see an Art Deco bracelet to complete your ensemble.
    USD$245.00
    USD$245.00
  • 1920s brooch with emerald-glass & crystal stones in sterling filigree
    Center stone in 1920s Ostby & Barton brooch
    USD$295.00

    Emerald, Crystal & Sterling Filigree Brooch by Ostby & Barton

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    This 1920s brooch has a large, faceted, cushion-cut emerald-glass stone in the center, with a pair of faceted, triangular emerald-glass and crystal stones at each end. The settings are sterling silver mounted atop a filigree base. This classy and classic Art Deco piece is by Ostby & Barton, a company well-regarded today for their work in precious metals and precious/semi-precious stones. The high-level of their craftsmanship shows in this piece, which closes with a roll-over clasp. Think outside the box and wear this jewel as a pendant on a chain. Scroll down to see a selection of Art Deco jewels to wear with this beautiful bar brooch.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Vintage silver filigree bracelet with emerald & diamante
    Classic 1920s sterling filigree bracelet
    USD$395.00

    Emerald, Diamanté & Sterling Filigree Bracelet

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    This vintage silver filigree bracelet has sterling links. Seven of the center ones are adorned with alternating emerald-glass stones and diamantés. The construction of and clasp on this 1920s classic are the same as those of filigree bracelets fashioned from precious metals in that decade. Scroll down to see additional Art Deco pieces to wear with this beautiful jewel.
    USD$395.00
    USD$395.00
  • Vintage dress pins with fruit salads and diamanté
    Close-up view of one clip
    USD$275.00

    Gemstone Fruit Salad & Diamanté Dress Clips

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    This pair of vintage dress pins has ruby, sapphire, and emerald acorn-shaped glass stones surrounded by diamanté. Costume jewelry makers adopted this practice of molding colored glass in the shapes of leaves or fruits to imitate Indian-carved gemstones used in fine jewelry. Firms such as Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels popularized these fruit salads or tutti frutti in Art Deco pieces. The trio of rubies, sapphires, and emeralds was a favorite combination. The setting of these classic 1930s dress clips is rhodium-plated base metal. Notice the photo showing one clip worn as a pendant on a sterling silver chain (which is not included), to illustrate the versatility of this type of jewel. You probably have a silver or white-gold necklace that would work as well. The utility patent for the dress clip mechanism is here, shown below the name of Anthony E. Waller.
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • Fruit salads brooch by Trifari
    Close-up view of teardrop-shaped jewels
    USD$295.00

    Gemstone Fruit Salads Brooch by Trifari

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    This fruit salads brooch by Trifari features a line of teardrop-shaped ruby, emerald, and sapphire-glass stones topped with and surrounded by diamantés. The molded glass was used by costume jewelry makers to imitate the Indian-carved gemstones – known as fruit salads or tutti frutti – which were so popular in the Art Deco era. Trifari made their first fruit salad pieces in the late-1930s, typically using acorn-shaped stones. This jewel has the popular trio of colors but in a different shape with an added gem: the company called cabochons with a diamanté center shoe-buttons. The design of this rhodium-plated setting is similar to pieces from the company’s Ming series in the 1930s. The pin closes with a roll-over safety clasp. This elegant and timeless brooch goes with just about everything!
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Vintage double strand necklace w/textured oval glass beads
    Glass bead 2-strand necklace
    USD$245.00

    Glass Bead 2-Strand Necklace

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    This vintage double strand necklace has textured oval-glass beads with small round bead spacers. The box clasp on this elegant 1920s piece is topped with sterling silver filigree set with a faceted glass stone. You can wear the necklace with the clasp in front, on the side, or in the back. A lovely jewel that goes with everything! It has just been restrung by my expert jeweler. Scroll down to see complementary Art Deco earrings. Or wear your diamond studs to accompany the clasp.
    USD$245.00
    USD$245.00
  • Glass choker necklace with pearls
    Glass plaques alternating with pearls
    USD$245.00

    Glass Plaque & Pearl Choker

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    This glass choker necklace is a delicate 1920s Art Deco design. It has trapezoid-shaped plaques of glass molded in a step-pattern and set in rhodium-plated frames. They alternate with barrel-shaped, cream-colored faux pearls. This elegant jewel, which closes with a barrel clasp, goes with just about everything! This choker was made for a slim neck, but the clasp can be replaced with a spring-ring style and chain extender. Upon close inspection with a loupe, I see minor blemishes on two pearls that do not diminish the beauty of this piece.
    USD$245.00
    USD$245.00
  • Glass teardrop earrings with diamantes set in sterling
    Long 1920s earrings with faceted glass pendants
    USD$345.00

    Glass Teardrop Earrings with Diamantés in Sterling

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    If you’re looking for glamour, these teardrop earrings are for you! They feature bead-set diamantés in round and baguette shapes leading to a large, faceted glass drop. These all-original screw-back earrings, which were in my personal collection, can be modified for pierced ears. A few tiny nicks on the teardrops can be seen only with a jeweler's loupe. Wear these long and luxurious pendants and you’re guaranteed to be noticed! Scroll down to see a lovely selection of coordinating bracelets.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
  • 1920s drop earrings with golden-topaz accents in silver-tone
    Silver-tone & golden topaz 1920s screw-back earrings
    USD$295.00

    Golden Topaz & Silver 1920s Pendant Earrings

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    These 1920s drop earrings are fun and unusual but hard to describe. The pendant is a ball composed of a faceted, golden-topaz-glass disk sandwiched between two shiny, silver-tone domes. A golden-topaz glass stone sits at the ear lobe, and a small bead is at the center of the paper-clip chain. These all-original, long earrings have screw-backs, which can be modified for pierced ears. Wear them with off-duty and business-casual attire. Scroll down to see a bracelet and necklace to wear with these jewels.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Art Deco bar pin with golden topaz in sterling
    Close-up view of faceted channel-set stones
    USD$195.00

    Golden Topaz & Sterling Art Deco Bar Pin

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    This Art Deco bar pin is made in the same way as the imitation-gemstone bangle bracelets of the era. The faceted, square-cut golden-topaz (or citrine) glass stones are channel-set in sterling silver with engraved edges. This piece, which closes with a roll-over safety clasp, never goes out of style! Scroll down to see a matching Diamonbar bracelet. Both are a lovely caramel hue that is perfect for those who look best in warm colors.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
  • Topaz bracelet by Wachenheimer Bros.
    Vintage topaz bracelet
    USD$345.00

    Golden Topaz & Sterling Diamonbar Bracelet

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    This topaz bracelet has faceted, square-cut golden-glass stones channel-set in sterling silver. It closes with a concealed clasp and safety chain. At 7 1/2" by 3/8", this Diamonbar jewel is longer and wider than most made in this style in the 1920s. Though the patent number is not marked on the piece, its construction is in accordance with patent #1,344,365, which was issued to Harry Wachenheimer in 1920. You can see the utility patent here, the second one shown below the maker's name. This piece was part of my personal collection and is the perfect adornment for a woman who likes to wear warm colors. A simple, lovely jeweled accessory for day or evening. Scroll down to see a matching brooch.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
  • Vintage Bakelite brooch with diamantes
    Close-up view of brooch front
    USD$195.00

    Green Bakelite Brooch with Diamantés

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    This vintage Bakelite brooch is fashioned from a half-dome in light green. When jewelry makers embraced early plastics they no longer needed to imitate gemstones, so the range of colors was limitless. This 1930s piece is embellished with five rings of diamantés. This versatile Art Deco jewel is fun to wear and probably European in origin. It may be Galalith, an alternative plastic often used there. Although the pin is bent, it works very well. I love the mix of materials and the choice of green!
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
  • Green bead necklace w/chrome accents
    Green bead & chrome Machine Age necklace
    USD$275.00

    Green Bead & Chrome Necklace

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    This green bead necklace from the 1930s is probably European in origin. A large, faceted glass bead capped with textured metal shaped like flower petals is the centerpiece. Textured chrome balls along with green-glass beads (two flower-shaped with caps, two round ones without) continue up the textured chain to the spring-ring clasp. This playful jewel has a Machine Age-feel. An unusual and delightful piece for a woman who likes to wear warm colors in any season. Scroll down to see a coordinating bracelet.
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • Art Deco jade earrings with diamante accents
    Art Deco jade pendants
    USD$275.00

    Jade & Diamanté Pendant Earrings

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    These lovely and delicate Art Deco jade earrings feature molded-glass stones that simulate carved jade. The square stones are set at an angle in silver-tone metal embellished with diamantés. Minor wear to some corners is not visible when these earrings are worn. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling silver ear wires with lever backs for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. If you don’t have pierced ears, scroll down to see jade Art Deco earrings with screw-backs.
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • Art Deco chandelier earrings w/jade glass beads
    Jade bead Art Deco earrings
    USD$395.00

    Jade Bead Art Deco Chandelier Earrings

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    These Art Deco chandelier earrings feature a circle of mottled, pale jade-glass beads suspended from a triangle of silver-tone chain dotted with additional beads. A single bead pendant hangs within each circle, and a matching larger disk is set where it will adorn the earlobe. Lavishly-long (3-inch), this pair is possibly Czech in origin. These all-original screw-back earrings can be modified for pierced ears. Lots of movement; fun to wear!
    USD$395.00
    USD$395.00
  • Vintage jade earrings with dangling beads
    Art Deco jade dangling earrings
    USD$295.00

    Jade Bead Dangling Earrings

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    These vintage jade earrings from the 1920s are fashioned from small jade-glass beads that hang from five brass chains. They are suspended from a domed larger jade-glass button designed to fall at the earlobe. Lots of movement here! These all-original Art Deco earrings have screw-backs, which can be modified for pierced ears.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Jade drop earrings from the 1920s
    Art Deco jade pendant earrings
    USD$295.00

    Jade Drop Earrings

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    These jade drop earrings are made from molded glass that simulates carved stone. Lusciously-detailed with a silver-tone metal cap, each pendant has small jade-glass beads that lead to the stone at the earlobe. The setting is silver-tone metal. These all-original earrings have screw-backs, which can be modified for pierced ears. Jade was a very popular element in Art Deco jewelry. A soft color for today's woman who likes to wear warm hues.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Lapis and silver pyramid necklace
    Art Deco necklace with molded sugar-loaf stones
    USD$295.00

    Lapis & Silver Pyramid Necklace

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    This lapis and silver pyramid necklace has molded sugar-loaf glass stones set in silver-tone frames alternating with silver-tone triangular plaques. This motif illustrates the world's fascination with all things Egyptian in the 1920s. This necklace, which closes with a spring-ring clasp, was in my personal collection.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Vintage lapis necklace by Louis Rousselet
    Art Deco necklace with lapis & ivory Galalith beads
    USD$495.00

    Lapis & Ivory Galalith Bead Necklace by Louis Rousselet

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    This vintage lapis necklace is another example of Louis Rousselet’s "puzzle" designs. The mottled-blue-glass beads and spacers are interspersed with interlocking ivory and lapis Galalith barrel-shaped beads, all strung on chain. This French Art Deco jewel closes with a barrel clasp. Several examples of necklaces with these unique beads can be seen in Ginger Moro's European Designer Jewelry. This gorgeous piece was part of my personal collection. I guarantee you’ll love wearing it.
    USD$495.00
    USD$495.00
  • Lapis drop earrings from Czechoslovakia
    1930s lapis bead earrings
    USD$275.00

    Lapis Bead Czech Drop Earrings

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    These lapis drop earrings have a pair of glass beads, each capped with flower-petal-shaped metal. The lower bead is 1/2-inch in diameter. The size and color make these pendants a bit bolder in effect than Art Deco pieces from the 1920s. The original screw-backs were replaced with sterling silver posts for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. Scroll down to see a selection of Art Deco jewels to wear with these earrings. Perfect for those who like to wear cool colors.
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • Lapis bead necklace with chrome
    Chrome necklace w/cobalt blue accents
    USD$295.00

    Lapis Bead Necklace with Chrome

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    This lapis bead necklace has at its center cobalt-glass beads, pierced-chrome balls, and blue-plastic rings. Decorative chrome links dotted with an additional bead on each side complete this 1930s Bauhaus-inspired treasure. It closes with a barrel clasp. This piece is probably European in origin and is perfect for women who like to wear cool colors. Scroll down to see a selection of bracelets that compliment this fabulous and fun jewel.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Lapis blue earrings with large 'carved' pendants
    Close-up view of earring front
    USD$295.00

    Lapis Panel 1930s Pendant Earrings

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    These lapis blue earrings are formed from molded-glass panels that look like carved gemstones. The flower motif in the blue-glass pendants is present in the silver-tone metal components that connect the pendant to the earring top. These all-original, unusual earrings have screw-backs, but they can be modified for pierced ears. Because these Art Deco earrings are 2″ long and bold (the glass panels are 3/4-inch squares), I would wear these drops with only an Art Deco bracelet – scroll down to see a selection. This versatile color is perfect for those who like to wear cool hues.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Red glass drop earrings with diamanté
    Lipstick-red & diamante 1920s earrings
    USD$295.00

    Lipstick-Red Glass Drop Earrings with Diamantés

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    These red glass drop earrings are most likely European in origin. The lipstick-red marquise-shaped stones are set in white metal with diamanté accents. These all-original earrings have ear wires with lever backs for pierced ears and are constructed of an unknown metal. Wear this fun pair to off-duty activities and on casual-business-attire days for a change of pace.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Marcasite bracelet in sterling silver
    Marcasite bracelet w/buckle motif
    USD$1,495.00

    Marcasite & Sterling German Bracelet

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    This marcasite bracelet is extraordinary! With its classic buckle motif, this magnificent and hard-to-find piece has excellent articulation and loads of sparkle. This substantial sterling silver bracelet is an outstanding example of 1930s German craftsmanship and a real knockout! This jewel was part of my personal collection, and I am reluctantly offering it to a new owner. Scroll down to see the perfect pair of Art Deco crystal and marcasite earrings to quietly compliment this piece — or wear it alone to make an unforgettable statement.
    USD$1,495.00
    USD$1,495.00
  • Onyx & chrysoprase bead necklace
    Full view of onyx & chrysoprase Art Deco necklace
    USD$275.00

    Onyx & Chrysoprase Bead Necklace

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    This chrysoprase bead necklace with polished green-glass disks in the front half has onyx-glass disks in the back. The focal point is formed with black-glass beads that are thicker, faceted and graduated in size. This vibrant Art Deco piece, in a striking color combination, closes with an older concealed clasp that looks like a narrow tube. You could emphasize either color by wearing chrysoprase or onyx Art Deco earrings and/or bracelets – scroll down to see a selection. This necklace has so many possibilities!
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • Art Deco bar brooch with onyx & crystal
    Close-up view of stones & cut-outs
    USD$295.00

    Onyx & Crystal Art Deco Bar Brooch

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    This Art Deco bar brooch is formed from faceted, rectangular onyx-glass and crystal stones. Each end has a faceted, onyx-glass triangle. The silver-tone metal setting has cut-outs, creating a checkered pattern with the stones. They are all open-back, and the workmanship is superb. The trombone clasp and unusual design tell me this brooch is European in origin. I think the setting is sterling silver, but the mark is unreadable. Scroll down to see Art Deco earrings and bracelets that coordinate beautifully with this jewel. Black-and-white, so popular in the Twenties, never goes out of style!
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Black onyx drop earrings with enamel accents
    1920s onyx & enamel Czech earrings
    USD$275.00

    Onyx & Enamel 1920s Drop Earrings

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    These black onyx drop earrings are probably Czech in origin. A delicate black-and-white-enamel-flower on a silver-tone filigree triangle connects the large, oval pendant to the faceted round stone at the earlobe. These elegant all original screw-back earrings can be modified for pierced ears. Scroll down to see a selection of coordinating pieces for this versatile and unique pair.
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • 1920s onyx and silver bracelet
    Onyx and sterling link bracelet
    USD$295.00

    Onyx & Sterling Link Bracelet

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    This onyx and silver bracelet has seven faceted, oval glass stones prong-set and mounted on oval frames joined with links. The stones are 1/4″ high and have points in the center. The setting is sterling silver with a spring-ring clasp. This well-made Art Deco piece, which is longer than most of its era, is signed. However, I can’t determine the maker’s name. Scroll down to see several onyx pieces that complement this jewel.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Art Deco swag necklace with onyx, diamante & filigree
    Front of Art Deco swag necklace
    USD$185.00

    Onyx, Diamanté & Filigree Art Deco Swag Necklace

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    This Art Deco swag necklace features an octagon-shaped onyx-glass stone in the center of the lower strand. On either side is a faceted, diamond-shaped diamanté, with a third in the center of the upper strand. Decorative filigree links in two patterns separate the stones. Even the surface of the chain links is textured. This delicate, chromium-plated necklace from the 1920s closes with a press-back filigree clasp. Even though one diamanté is slightly yellowed (much less so than the photos suggest), these stones have retained lots of sparkle.
    USD$185.00
    USD$185.00
  • Black onyx bracelet with diamanté accents in sterling
    Full view of bracelet
    USD$195.00

    Onyx, Diamanté & Sterling Bracelet by Fishel, Nessler

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    This black onyx bracelet with diamanté accents is an Art Deco classic. Each faceted, square-cut stone is set in its own sterling silver box. This early line bracelet (called a flexible bracelet in its day) has a concealed clasp with a safety catch. You can wear this piece alone or with two other vintage bracelets, as shown in the last photo. Scroll down to see a sterling bar pin in black and white by the same maker as well as other coordinating Art Deco pieces. Or wear this bracelet with more contemporary jewels.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
  • Wachenheimer Bros bracelet with onyx in sterling
    1930s onyx & diamante bracelet
    USD$295.00

    Onyx, Diamanté & Sterling Wachenheimer Bros. Bracelet

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    This Wachenheimer Bros bracelet has faceted, square-cut onyx-glass stones channel-set in sterling silver, with engraved edges and diamanté-studded clasps. This jewel was made in two sections, with identical fold-over clasps in both places. The type of clasp dates this piece to the early 1930s, after the company stopped using their Diamonbar trademark and near the end of their production. This bracelet was made for a slim wrist, so please note the bracelet length (6 7/8″) and check your wrist size before purchasing this piece. The last photo shows it along with two other line bracelets – bracelets like these were commonly worn in multiples. Scroll down to see their details as well as other onyx jewels to wear with this lovely one.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Wachenheimer sterling, 3 row bracelet with onyx & diamanté
    Wachenheimer Brothers bracelet
    USD$345.00

    Onyx, Diamanté & Sterling 3-Row Bracelet by Wachenheimer Bros.

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    This Wachenheimer sterling, 3 row bracelet has a line of faceted, round onyx-glass stones on either side of a center row of diamantés. The bejeweled fold-over clasp, which joins the harp-shaped link at each end, was used by this maker in the early 1930s, when they were no longer using their Diamonbar trademark. This bracelet was made for a slim wrist. Please note the bracelet length (6 7/8") and check your wrist size before purchasing this piece. Scroll down to see a great selection of Art Deco pieces to wear with this lovely jewel.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
  • Black and white Deco brooch by Fishel, Nessler
    Close-up view, showing bead-set stones
    USD$295.00

    Onyx, Diamanté & Sterling Bar Brooch by Fishel, Nessler

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    This black and white Deco brooch has the popular color combination and geometric motif that were the epitome of style in the 1920s. This timeless sterling silver jewel by Fishel, Nessler closes with a simple C-clasp. In addition to the maker's mark, the back of the piece references a patent issued to the company on April 4, 1908, for an improved method of bead-setting stones. Scroll down to see a sterling line bracelet by the same maker with the same colors as well as other Art Deco bracelets to wear with this jewel.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Black onyx dangle earrings with marcasites in sterling
    Onyx, marcasite & sterling Wachenheimer Bros. earrings
    USD$295.00

    Onyx, Marcasite & Sterling Earrings by Wachenheimer Bros.

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    These black onyx dangle earrings in sterling silver are part of the maker's Wachenheimer Real Stone Jewelry line, launched in the late-1920s. They feature a faceted, square stone set with a top border of marcasites and suspended from a marcasite-encrusted slim sterling bar. A square-cut, prong-set onyx sits at the earlobe. These all-original screw-back earrings can be modified for pierced ears. This pair in the "Geometric" pattern was advertised in the November 9, 1929 issue of Vogue. Scroll down to see a selection of onyx Art Deco pieces to wear with these versatile and stylish jewels.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Vintage peridot earrings with diamantés
    Art Deco peridot pendant earrings
    USD$345.00

    Peridot & Diamanté Pendant Earrings

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    These vintage peridot earrings each have a faceted, teardrop-shaped glass stone with a decorative silver-tone metal cap. It drops from diamanté-embellished links. The yellow-metal shepherd hooks on these delicate and elegant 1920s pendants make me think they are European in origin. Most of the diamantés are cloudy, but they do not detract from the appearance of these beauties – the star attraction is the pale-green-glass drops. An easy-to-wear adornment for a woman who loves Art Deco and likes to wear warm colors!
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
  • Vintage glass bead necklace with pink beads & glass rings
    Pink bead necklace with clear glass rings
    USD$475.00

    Pink Glass Bead Necklace with Rings

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    This vintage glass bead necklace has clusters of small pale-pink beads wound together with wire and linked with large clear-glass rings. This Art Deco jewel from my personal collection looks like a garland when worn. The materials, construction, and barrel clasp make me think this necklace was made in Europe. A unique and classy piece that creates a lovely and memorable topping to a round-neck garment, any time of year. See my favorite model wearing this beautiful jewel in this blog post.
    USD$475.00
    USD$475.00
  • Beaded flower brooch in red & white
    Close-up view of flowered beads
    USD$195.00

    Red & White Beaded Flower Brooch

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    This beaded flower brooch was made in the 1920s. It has round red and white glass beads of various sizes set in concentric circles. Molded-glass flowers in the same colors sit at the top. The components are wired together by hand and sewn onto two layers of brass-tone filigree. The trombone clasp tells me this Art Deco jewel was made in Europe. The construction and design make me think it's from France. What a charming piece!
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
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    Red Bakelite Brooch with Chrome

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    This red Bakelite brooch is crafted from a cylinder of red plastic (Bakelite or Galalith?) wrapped in chrome. This Machine Age design reminds me of the work of the German maker Jakob Bengel. Early plastics were often combined with other materials during the 1930s. This piece closes with a simple C-clasp. Scroll down to see the perfect Machine Age bracelet to wear with this fashionable and fun brooch.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
  • Red bead earrings from the 1920s
    Art Deco red chandelier earrings
    USD$295.00

    Red Bead Chandelier Earrings

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    These red bead earrings are deliciously long (3 1/4") and fun to wear. Three chains dotted with bright red glass form these Art Deco chandeliers. The glass stone set at the earlobe and all but the bottom row of beads are faceted; the bottom ones are round balls. These all-original earrings have screw-backs which can be modified for pierced ears. Some of the beads have minor flaws, but none is visible when this pair is worn. Lots of movement here! Make your fashion statement with this unusual pair.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Czech earrings with red-glass double hoops
    Red glass & brass filigree 1920s Czech earrings
    USD$275.00

    Red Glass Double-Hoop Czech Earrings

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    These Art Deco Czech earrings are fun! They have two red-glass hoops dangling from long brass filigree findings. This type of filigree was used extensively by Czech makers during the 1920s. These unusually long (3″), all-original earrings have screw-backs and lots of movement. These earrings can be modified for pierced ears. Wear them with distinction for off-duty activities and business-casual days.
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • 1920s pendant necklace with rectangular, ruby-glass stones
    Ruby Art Deco pendant
    USD$175.00

    Ruby 1920s Pendant Necklace with Chicklets

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    This delicate 1920s pendant necklace is another variation of the chicklet-style so popular in the Art Deco era. This piece has a beautifully-faceted, rectangular ruby-glass stone suspended from a smaller, oblong-shaped stone along with three chicklets on each side of the chain closest to the center drop. The metal is silver-tone and unmarked. This necklace closes with a spring-ring clasp. I don’t usually like pendants, but this one is special! It’s perfect for a v-neckline.
    USD$175.00
    USD$175.00
  • Pinwheel brooch of ruby-glass beads & diamante
    Close-up view of brooch front
    USD$295.00

    Ruby Bead & Rondelle Pinwheel Brooch

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    This pinwheel brooch has ruby-glass beads wired in a spiral and adorned with channels of diamantés. A large ruby-glass bead sits on top. Frank Hess designed a nearly identical dress clip for Miriam Haskell circa 1940, but his had diamantés only on the front. This brooch has them on both sides. The trombone clasp tells me this piece was made in Europe. The beads and filigree back make me think it's from France. Real or faux diamond ear studs are the perfect accompaniment for this charming and unusual jewel.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Ruby bead necklace
    Necklace of red-poured-glass beads w/clear disk spacers
    USD$295.00

    Ruby Bead Necklace

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    This ruby bead necklace has single and clusters of poured-red-glass beads separated by clear-glass disks. Made in the 1920s-1930s, this lovely and versatile piece closes with a filigree fish-hook clasp. At 18 inches, this necklace is longer than most of its contemporaries.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Vintage ruby drop earrings in Art Deco design
    Front view of earrings
    USD$275.00

    Ruby Drop Earrings

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    These vintage ruby drop earrings from the 1920s have faceted, three-dimensional, ruby-glass triangles dangling from double chains. At the top is a matching square-cut stone. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling silver ear wires with lever backs for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. Ruby Art Deco pendant earrings are a jewelry wardrobe essential!
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • Vintage red glass bead necklace with rondelles
    Deep-red melon-bead long necklace
    USD$595.00

    Ruby Glass Bead Necklace with Rondelles

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    This vintage red glass bead necklace with rondelles is probably from France. The uniformly-sized beads were molded in the shape of melons, a popular style in the 1920s-1930s. Wear this piece as a single long strand of 33 inches, or double it with a necklace shortener or ribbon tied at the back. Either way, you’ll love the deep-red color and the substantial quality of these beads. This necklace from my personal collection has been professionally restrung. Just add simple diamond studs to complete your look.
    USD$595.00
    USD$595.00
  • Ruby red earrings from the 1920s
    Front view of ruby pendant earrings
    USD$275.00

    Ruby Pendant Earrings

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    These ruby red earrings from the 1920s are long (2 1/2″) and luxurious. They feature a large, faceted drop suspended from silver-tone metal links and a collet-set round matching stone. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling silver ear wires with lever backs for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. Richly-colored earrings like these are a great jewelry wardrobe staple, especially for women who love Art Deco and long earrings!
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • Sapphire blue drop earrings with rondelles
    View of single blue bead & rondelle earring
    USD$295.00

    Sapphire Bead & Rondelle Pendant Earrings

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    These sapphire blue drop earrings are classy and long. Each has a blue rondelle (I had never seen a colored one before!) sandwiched between a pair of faceted, sapphire-glass beads. They are capped at each end with decorated silver-tone metal, and the pendants are suspended from silver-tone chain. A small diamanté is designed to adorn each earlobe. These all-original screw-back earrings can be modified for pierced ears. The backs of the screws are marked sterling, but I don’t know if the rest of the silver findings are as well. These lovely earrings can be worn anywhere, anytime and are perfect for those who like cool colors. Scroll down to see sapphire earrings already converted for pierced ears as well as a lovely coordinating bracelet. This pair is a wonderful something blue for a bride!
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Art Deco drop earrings with sapphire glass beads
    Blue bead Art Deco drop earrings
    USD$295.00

    Sapphire Bead Art Deco Drop Earrings

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    These Art Deco drop earrings are a 1920s design with faceted sapphire-glass beads suspended from each end of chain. These earrings 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. These earrings are simple, yet versatile and noticeable. The color is perfect for women who like to wear cool hues. Scroll down to see a complimentary Art Deco bracelet.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Art Deco pendant earrings with bi-color beads
    Sapphire & clear glass bead long dangling earrings
    USD$295.00

    Sapphire Bi-color Bead Art Deco Pendant Earrings

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    These Art Deco pendant earrings are wonderfully unusual. Each features a large, faceted, bi-color glass bead. Its top is clear, and the bottom is a deep-sapphire-blue. A small glass bead is at the center of the silver-tone links, and a silver-tone filigree knot is at the earlobe. These all-original, long (2 1/2″) earrings are dainty, yet full of life. The screw-backs can be modified for pierced ears. The screws are marked "sterling", but I don’t think the rest of the findings are. Scroll down to see a selection of necklaces and bracelets to wear with these stylish jewels.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Sapphire brooch with diamanté in curved-links
    Close-up view of Art Deco bar brooch
    USD$245.00

    Sapphire Brooch with Diamantés by Schreiber & Hiller

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    This sapphire brooch has three curved links of diamantés between each one with blue-glass stones. At 3” long, this wonderful Art Deco piece is a quarter-inch-high half-dome backed by a flat metal plate. This lovely 1930s bar brooch closes with a roll-over safety clasp. Scroll down to see a selection of diamanté bracelets made in Germany in the same decade to wear with this jewel.
    USD$245.00
    USD$245.00
  • Faux sapphire necklace with square & step-pattern stones
    Blue chicklet necklace
    USD$345.00

    Sapphire Chicklet & Enamel 1920s Necklace

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    This faux sapphire necklace has faceted, square-cut, blue-glass chicklets alternating with glass stones molded in a step pattern. The result is an Art Deco classic. The two blue-enamel links on each end make me think this piece is European in origin. This necklace closes with a spring-ring clasp. The original silver-tone finish is worn in places, so much of the brass is showing. Because the focus is the gorgeous blue stones, this slight blemish doesn't detract in any way from the beauty of this piece. This elegant necklace is versatile and timeless, and from my personal collection. Scroll down to see a lovely sapphire Art Deco bracelet to wear with this jewel.
    USD$345.00
    USD$345.00
  • Melon bead necklace in deep-sapphire-blue
    Full view of 18" necklace
    USD$225.00

    Sapphire Melon Bead Necklace

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    This melon bead necklace in deep-sapphire-blue raises a simple strand of beads to new heights! Exactly when this piece was made is uncertain, but I associate glass beads molded in the shape of melons with the Art Deco era. This strand of uniformly-sized beads was professionally restrung with knots by my expert jeweler after these photos were taken. It closes with a filigree, gold-tone concealed clasp. Scroll down to see a complementary bracelet.
    USD$225.00
    USD$225.00
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    Blue & white enamel necklace with sapphires
    Art Deco enamel necklace on chrome with sapphires
    USD$295.00

    Sapphire, Chrome & Enamel Necklace

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    This enamel necklace is a quintessential Art Deco design. Dark blue-and-white on chrome chevrons alternate with faceted, rectangular sapphire-glass stones. This extraordinary piece closes with a spring-ring clasp. All of the enamel is present and in great shape. Any washed-out spaces are simply the glare from the lights needed for the photos. This necklace looks lovely with the pieces shown below — scroll down to take a look.
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00
  • Sterling silver filigree bracelet with sapphire & diamanté
    Granbery Art Deco sterling filigree bracelet
    USD$275.00

    Sapphire, Diamanté & Sterling Filigree 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 complimentary earrings to wear with this lovely jewel.
    USD$275.00
    USD$275.00
  • Vintage German jewelry by WMF
    Front of Ikora silver-plated bracelet
    USD$245.00

    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.
    USD$245.00
    USD$245.00
  • Art Deco bib necklace with silver rings
    Front of silver ring bib necklace
    USD$195.00

    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.
    USD$195.00
    USD$195.00
  • Theodor Fahrner necklace with gilt sterling flowers
    Front of 1930s Theodor Fahrner necklace
    USD$795.00

    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.
    USD$795.00
    USD$795.00
  • Long turquoise bead necklace on silver-tone chain
    Close-up view of round beads
    USD$295.00

    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!
    USD$295.00
    USD$295.00